Member stories

How the ‘public sector exit cap’ could hit those who serve their communities

Job losses are the unfortunate reality for too many public sector workers at the moment.

UNA-UK concerned by dimissive comments about UN human rights mechanism

UNA-UK is disappointed by the language used by UK Government officials in response to the legal opinion issued by the Working Group on Arbitrary De

I was petrified

As a shy, ‘wouldn’t say boo to a goose’ kinda girl, I’ve kept relatively quiet since joining UNISON nearly two years ago.

Mental health services in dire state, says UNISON

Responding to the report of the NHS England Mental Health Taskforce, UNISON head of health Christina McAnea said: “The provision o

UNISON members at Action for Children overwhelmingly vote for industrial action

UNISON is urging managers at charity Action for Children to avoid a strike after UNISON members voted overwhelmingly for industrial a

UNISON urges charity chiefs to avoid strike action

UNISON today (Monday) urged managers at charity Action for Children to avoid a strike.

Unravelling the myths about austerity

Four myths about the cuts

Government plans to attack redundancy agreements

Redundancy, or the threat of it, has been a reality for public service workers ever since the crash of 2008 and the austerity agenda that has follo

Ask your MP to sign EDM on the NHS bursary

UNISON is urging everyone who is concerned about the scrapping of the NHS bursary to ask their MP to sign EDM 1081 on the issue.

Budget : more support for our plan

The Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Cycling Group has written to Deputy First Minister John Swinney MSP supporting our budget pr


Member stories

Columban JPIC:

The Mass for Migrants took place on 20 May at St Anthony’s in Forest Gate.


The motion calling for government action on the reductions in promised bike space on the new HST...

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