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The British people didn’t vote for more cuts on June 23rd

This week the labour movement comes together – as it has done so for almost a century and a half – at the Trades Union Congress.

Does your employer have an ethical procurement policy?

Does your employer have an ethical procurement policy?

UNISON congratulates Amy Marren

Like everyone in the country, UNISON has been cheering on our incredible athletes as they’ve been competing in the Paralympic Games in Rio.

Nothing ever handed to us on a plate, TUC president tells congress

Trade union representatives are meeting at “a crucial point in our history”, TUC president Liz Snape told congress delegates as she opened this wee

UNISON LGPS petition forces Parliamentary debate

UNISON’s campaign against government plans to force the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) to be invested in infrastructure projects has taken

We can’t turn the clock back on Brexit, but let’s use the negotiations to build a better future, says UNISON’s Dave Prentis

Sunday 11 September 2016 For immediate release

Herts NHS cash-for-pensions deal is ‘morally wrong’ and ‘legally suspect’, says UNISON

12 September 2016

Everyone deserves to go to a good school – but new grammar schools aren’t the answer

We’ve been waiting for months to hear what the new Prime Minister was going to announce as her first major policy.

Grammar schools belong in the past, says UNISON

Friday 9 September 2016 For immediate release

Sports Direct must change their ways

Sports Direct are the poster boys of the modern workplace – although not in the way they’d like. As I wrote only a few weeks ago:


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