UNISON beat the government in a landmark legal win in 2018, securing the scrapping of employment tribunal fees. So why is the government trying to bring them back?
High Court will hear how former home secretary Suella Braverman reneged on key recommendations from the Windrush scandal inquiry
UNISON member Fiona Mercer is at the heart of a case being heard in the Supreme Court this week, which could define the future of workers’ rights to strike
UNISON’s head of legal services, Shantha David, explains what the union’s recent Supreme Court victory means for workers
Since July 2022, agencies have been permitted to supply temporary workers to replace striking workers – which the union argues, defeats the very purpose of a strike
The union is challenging government regulations that allow employers to hire agency staff to replace striking workers