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Joint trade union statement on the Labour Party

The current crisis within the Parliamentary Labour Party is deeply regrettable and unnecessary.  Last week’s vote to leave the European Union prese

Working together to protect nature

UNISON women join protest against pension inquality

UNISON members joined hundreds of women lobbying for pensions equality in Westminster today.

Social workers need clear support to handle stress and workload

Key workers looking after the welfare of children and families lack the support to deal with the amount of cases they have to handle, warns UNISON,

Racism and hatred must never be tolerated, Cardinal Vincent Nichols

Cardinal Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has released a statement after t

Ban Ki-moon: UK and EU will continue to be "important partners" of the UN

Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, the UN Secretary-General has affirmed that the UK will continue to be a strong partner of the United Natio

Love your neighbour


Andy Murray and Kevin Spacey team up to support global tiger campaign

UNA Youth leaders appeal for fair and transparent appointment of UN chief

UNA Youth leaders have urged the UN Security Council to ensure a "transparent and competitive" process to select the UN leader.

UNISON statement on the Labour Party

Monday 27 June 2016 Speaking today (Monday) UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said:


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