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Opposition to Trade Union Bill continues

Hyndburn council in Lancashire has become the latest employer to register its opposition to the government’s Trade Union Bill.

Campaigning to end violence against women and girls

Tomorrow, 25 November, is a United Nations designated day to eliminate violence against women and girls and UNISON Cymru / Wales is busy raising aw

Politicians put school support staff in spotlight

In a major show of recognition, politicians from across Wales will attend events in schools on Friday 27 November to praise the hard work of school

UNISON joins alliance to defend affordable housing

UNISON has also joined an alliance of campaign groups, trade unions and housing organisations to oppose the Housing and Planning Bill, 

NEC by-election

A by-election will be held for vacant seats on the national executive council: the higher education general seat and Northern region male seats.

Police cuts threaten neighbourhood policing at time of heightened terrorist threat, says UNISON

Nearly a third (30 per cent) of police community support officers (PCSOs) in England have been cut since 2010, says UNISON today (Monday).

World on brink of global climate deal

Climate stories: environment, colonial legacies and systemic change

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Secretary of State announces new direction for energy policy

The Winning of the Carbon War

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