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Cardiff councillors to debate opposition to secret trade deal

UNISON has welcomed the efforts of Cardiff Labour councillors in placing a motion before the council today that condemns the secretive Transatlanti

Care workers continue to be denied the minimum wage

Employers are continuing to illegally pay home care workers below the national minimum wage, as was outlined in a parliamentary debate on the scand

UNISON teams with young people to fight cuts to youth services

On 6 April dozens of Camden council workers and young people from the London borough will be demonstrating outside Camden Town Hall against potenti

Higher education unions reject initial pay offer for 2016-17

The five higher education trade unions have rejected an initial pay offer from the employers and urged them to improve it before the next meeting.

EDF living wage commitment welcome, says UNISON

Commenting on EDF Energy’s announcement today (Thursday) that the company has become a living wage employer, UNISON General Secretary Dave

UNISON urges Swansea to celebrate multicultural community

UNISON Cymru/Wales is encouraging people in Swansea to celebrate our multicultural community and to stand up to racism and intolerance ahead of the

Temporary relief for the NHS as nurses stay on the UK’s job shortage list, says UNISON

Commenting on the announcement from the Migration Advisory Committee –that nurses are to be allowed to remain on the occupational shortages list fo

Parish visit to Marychurch, Old Hatfield & St Thomas More, Welham Green

Parish visit to Marychurch, Old Hatfield & St Thomas More, Welham Green, Archdiocese of Westminster by Fr. John Collins SSC

Spokes Holyrood Hustings – report

Our March 21 public meeting gave the 100 people who came along a grea

Am I part of the problem? by Julia Corcoran

As part of the group that is spending Holy week in El Paso, Julia Corcoran, the ‘Faith in Action volunteer’ reflects on the role each of us plays a


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