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H&M kids collection full of iconic species to raise funds for WWF

South Western Energy pulls out of Wiltshire and Forest of Dean

Oil and Gas company South Western Energy is pulling out of parts of the South West after local people made it clear they don't want fracking where

Aviation’s plan for a climate get out of jail free card – a recipe for disaster

Raising global temperatures by just 1 degree Celsius has been enough to melt half the ice in the Arctic.

Labour must now concentrate on winning back support, says UNISON

Commenting on Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to the Labour party conference in Liverpool today (Wednesday), UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said:

Getting ready for – and winning – the next election

Today Jeremy talked about Labour getting ready for – and winning – the next election.

Learning about the refugee crisis

UNISON Cymru/Wales women’s group spent time learning about the refugee crisis at their policy weekend recently.

Durham teaching assistants back ballot for strike action over pay

Teaching assistants in Durham have overwhelmingly rejected a new pay proposal from the county council, their union UNISON has announced today (Wedn

EDF-owned firm taken to court over fears of delay at Hinkley type reactor

‘What are the funding implications?’ UNISON asks of Diamond review

UNISON wants to know the funding implications after the Welsh government published Professor Sir Ian Diamond’s review of the country’s higher educa

UNISON Northern Ireland warns of care home crisis

UNISON is growing increasingly concerned at a trend of care home closures in Northern Ireland.


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Being diagnosed with a terminal illness is not something we like to think about or anticipate....

John Ray Initiative:

Nature in the balance. Can we put a value on the environment, and should we?

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