Christina McAnea at the front of a march in Belfast, on a day of strike action. She and others are holding a banner calling for fair pay for public service workers in Northern Ireland

Blog: A strike of last resort that’s been forced on members

On a freezing day in Northern Ireland, they walked out for the money they’ve been promised – but are still waiting for

Picketers holding up signs at the 2023 Scottish school strikes

More Scottish schools to close as UNISON sets further strike dates

Four more local authorities will be affected in second wave of action over pay

HE strikes called off as talks move forward

HE joint-unions and the employer, UCEA, have released a statement as they move into time-limited talks

UNISON and Prospect unite on the picket lines outside the Environment Agency on Marsham Street, London SW1.

Recap: Second day of EA strikes

Environment Agency workers started a 12-hour strike at 7am on Wednesday, alongside their Prospect colleagues. Here’s some of the action

Flood defence works being carried out by the Environment Agency

Environment Agency workers to take historic strike action

Workers who protect communities from floods, water pollution, spills and waste fires will walk out on Wednesday 18 January

Unison General Secretary, Christina McAnea, visits picket lines at Ambulance stations across Yorkshire, in support of striking Ambulance and support crews. Photo shows the Longley Ambulance Station, Sheffield.

Christina McAnea tours pickets on second NHS strike day

The general secretary visited picket lines across Yorkshire and the North East yesterday to show support and solidarity for UNISON’s ambulance workers on strike

Start talking to avert health strikes later this month

Strike date announced for December 21 – but it’s not too late for ministers to talk

Improving lives means more than putting money in people’s pockets

Christina McAnea delivers memorial lecture for inspirational union leader Jimmy Reid

Stop seeing unions as the enemy, says UNISON

Ministers are showing a blatant disregard for working people

Government plans to use agency workers to break strikes ​are dangerous and unlawful

UNISON will challenge the government’s decision in the courts