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UNISON condemns cuts to pay for teaching assistants

Threatened cuts to pay for teaching assistants in the North East have been condemned by UNISON.

There must be no snap decision over bombing Syria, says UNISON

UNISON has today (Friday) urged MPs not to make any snap decisions involving the UK in action over Syria.

December 2015 Far East Out Now

In the latest issue of the Far East a group of indigenous Filipions express their version of the Christmas story through art.

Why are Columban priests and lay workers heading to Paris?

Fr Charles Rue asks Why are Columban priests and lay workers heading to Paris?

UNISON survey shows scrapping of student nurse bursaries will lead to major shortages

A UNISON survey shows that nine in ten (91 per cent) student nurses would not have applied for the nursing degree without access to the bursary whi

UNISON reacts to London Ambulance Service being placed into special measures

Commenting on the CQC report that placed London Ambulance Service into special measures, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis said:

Emma Thompson and Thom Yorke join Greenpeace at this Sunday’s Climate March

New World explores the challenge of climate change

The latest issue of our flagship publication sets out the roles we all have to play in tackling global warming

Black Friday or Buy Nothing Day? Your choice

On one hand it’s Black Friday and that means the discount-fuelled, frenzied start of the Christmas shopping season.

The Long March Back to the 20th Century


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Scotland's biggest campaign coalition has welcomed news that Fir
Winchester Action on Climate Change:
Columban JPIC:

In his final letter to Columban supporters as Regional Director in Britain, Fr.

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

But the speeches from many developed countries rang hollow as their actions don't live up to...

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