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Boris battle bus makes dubious NHS claims, says UNISON

Commenting on the launch of the Vote Leave battle bus today (Wednesday), UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said:

May / June Far East Out Now

Interesting articles in the May / June edition of the Far East include the story of a young Pakistani girl’s accident and Columban Fr Dan O’Connor’

Higher education pay offer rejected

UNISON’s higher education service group yesterday voted unanimously to reject the full and final pay offer made by UCEA, the national higher educat

Bikes ↑↑ Cars ↓↓ … again!!

The May 2016 Spokes traffic census found the highest ever number of bikes and the lowest ever count of private cars

What the world needs now for climate action: Specifics, direction and scale


WWF launches new way to explore key part of Last Ice Area

Government needs to change the law around council pension powers, says UNISON

The government has failed to listen to more than 70,000 signatories to a UNISON-backed parliamentary petition calling for it to be written into UK

Young people change history – here’s how

This Friday, more than 100 UNISON young members are heading to Leicester to spend the weekend together.

Agenda announced for Peacekeepers' Day conference and memorial on 25 May

UNA-UK is delighted to announce Jean-Marie Guéhenno will be delivering the Folke Bernadotte memorial lecture.

No better role model for new activists

Even after fifteen years as General Secretary, I’m still humbled each day by the dedication of our activists.


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All We Can:

The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), held in Istanbul on 23-24 May, marked the first time the...


By now many of you will have seen the images of a boat tipped over with its hull...


UNA-UK co-hosted Europe's largest gathering to celebrate the International Day of UN...

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