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UNISON’s LGBT members still face continuing prejudice and discrimination, both at inside and outside of work

This weekend UNISON’s LGBT Conference is taking place in Llandudno this weekend.

Legal changes will deny injured workers access to justice, says UNISON

Government plans to increase the small claims limit for personal injury claims will deny many thousands of employees made ill or injured by their j

Unions call for more investment in further education

Dave Prentis has joined other education bodies and urged chancellor Philip Hammond to invest in further education when he outlines the new governme

Paris Agreement passes first stress test at COP22

Autumn Statement: The government’s actions must match their rhetoric

Public services are under unprecedented pressure.

More money for social care is needed

Adult social care is in crisis, but UNISON has a solution.

Traffic count – highest ever November bike %

Our November traffic count, averaged over our 4 regular count points, found bikes forming 16.4% of all vehicles – our highest ever November percent

New vision for policing strategy fails to deal with declining workforce, says UNISON

A ten-year strategy launched today (Wednesday) to transform policing does not address the serious decline in staff numbers, according to UNISON.

CFBoA November 2016 newsletter

Blog from Marrakech: Paris Agreement gets going but much to resolve

Dr Richard Dixon blogs from the UN Climate Conference in Marrakech


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