Members from across Wales rally outside the Senedd in Cardiff, while the Assembly debates motion opposing Westminster bill
My name is John Brisbane and I work as a staff nurse in a child and adolescent mental health unit
Trade unions are there to help: why are they being attacked?
Trade Union Bill is “unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic,” says Doncaster mayor Ros Jones
Thousands upon thousands of UNISON members – and their families – took time on Sunday to come to Manchester and march
‘It’s time for an alternative to the cuts, the privatising agenda, and to the pay freeze destroying lives,” says Dave Prentis as 85,000 march against austerity, and for workers’ rights
North West council criticises “unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic” attack that will “undermine constructive employment relations and civil liberties”
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Communities across Wales are uniting to oppose divisive attack on democracy says Cymru / Wales regional secretary
Instead of focusing on helping the country at a turbulent time, the government plans to undermine your right to be supported and represented. Will politicians see sense and drop the Trade Union Bill?
On Sunday, it will be just five weeks to the TUC’s demonstration in Manchester marking the opening of the Tory party conference
Unions not too powerful – they’re too weak, say industrial relations academics
Trying to stop nurses, care workers, teaching assistants, hospital cleaners and town hall staff from paying their union subs directly from their wages is an attack we’ve defeated before and one which we will overcome again.