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Minimum wage rates go up in April

The government has launched its campaign to raise awareness of the increase in national minimum wage rates – and the so-called national living wage

Right to paid holidays and parental leave under threat after Brexit, says UNISON

UNISON is backing a campaign launched today (Wednesday) to prevent employment rights enjoyed by millions from being scrapped after Brexi

CFBoA January 2017 newsletter

Nominations are open for 2017 NEC election

Nominations are now open for this years elections to the union’s national executive council (NEC), the senior body of t

Amazon still lags behind Apple, Google in Greenpeace renewable energy report

How much does it cost to send your child to school

How much does it cost to send your child to school? Uniforms, PE kit, lunches, pens and pencils, maybe a tablet – it all adds up.

Investigation finds Australian bank Macquarie could be poised to asset strip UK Green Investment Bank

Blog: Recognition for a champion of our NHS

So many of those within our union, whether members, activists or staff supporting our public services, do so without the recognition they deserve.

A run on the bank

Karen Debouza recalls the first time she walked into the Brent food bank, in northwest London, with a voucher in her hand that would get her enough

Reading between the lines: what’s going on with our libraries?

A recent BBC One comedy called Tracey Ullman’s Show featured a sketch about librarians on the day their library is closing down.

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John Ray Initiative:

Richard M. Gunton, Eline N. van Asperen, Andrew Basden, David Bookless, Yoseph Araya, David R....

All We Can:

I recently attended an event on safe, nutritious and sufficient food, exploring the question -...

Columban JPIC:

Parish visit to St John the Baptist, Trowbridge & St Bernadette, Westbury, Diocese of...

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