Public and workers ‘caught short’ by public toilet closures
Fracking could be thing of the past if homes were properly insulated
UNISON report into the difficulties facing social workers day to day
NHS staff side trade unions have invited Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and NHS Employers Chief Executive Dean Royles to meet them and health workers to discuss the growing dispute over pay in the service.
News that the Weston General Hospital has today pulled back from the brink of privatisation has been greeted as a victory for common sense by UNISON.
New guidance for supporting children with medical needs in scholls
UNISON is warning that the ambulance service is on the verge of breaking down and that the consequences for patient safety could be dramatic
Get ready to mark International Workers Memorial Day with events, petitions for safer workplaces or even a health and selfie
UNISON is to consult more than 600,000 of its local government and school members over industrial action, following a meagre 1% pay offer made today
Thousands of protesters marched through Liverpool city centre on Saturday to demonstrate against government funding cuts in the region
With more severe weather lashing parts of the UK today, Environment Agency staff are working tirelessly under dark clouds bringing more heavy rain and more job losses
UNISON, which represents 25,000 staff in further education colleges, has said ‘no’ to a new sick pay scheme drawn up by the Association of College (AoC) employers
Local government workers across the country are taking part in an official day of protest today over devastating cuts to council pay and funding
Profits could be put before pupils, and head teachers could lose control of vital services in 80 academies across the country, as part of a proposal for an unprecedented privatisation of school services