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Holyrood Election Manifestos

How we rate the manifestos on cycling, active travel and related transport issues…

UNISON welcomes government’s change of heart on Trade Union Bill proposals

Commenting on the debate today (Wednesday) in the Commons that has seen the government accept many of the Trade Union Bill amendments made last wee

Dulwich Wood Primary School running on sunshine

Last year the school took part in Friends of the Earth’s schools competition to win a free set of solar panels.

UNISON to accept local government pay offer

Following a meeting of local government representatives from across UNISON, the union has decided today (Wednesday) to accept the pay offer from th

Unison Cymru Wales Health Awards 2016

Get your nominations in! Closing date 23 May.

Takeaways and fizzy pop putting health of NHS workforce at risk, warns UNISON

Poor quality hospital food is undermining the health of NHS workers, a survey from UNISON and the Campaign for Better Hospital Food (CBHF) warns to

‘The fight for our lowest-paid members will underpin all we do’

UNISON will “make sure the fight for our lowest-paid members underpins everything we do”.

Seven-day NHS needs resourcing across the whole healthcare team

“Seven-day NHS services sound perfectly reasonable,” Lynn Ward from the union’s science, technical and therapy group told delegates to the UNISON h

Emma Thompson: Welcome to the Frack Free Bake Off!

Lights, camera, direct action: 6 times Emma Thompson spoke up for the planet

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Emma and Sophie Thompson jump over a fence Image caption:  Emma and Sophie...