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Spokes Bulletin 124: Business backs Bikes

Milton Keynes signs up to UNISON ethical care charter

Milton Keynes has become the latest council to sign up to UNISON’s Ethical Care Charter, part of the union’s Save Care Now campaign.

The truth about the cuts: the homecare worker

“I went to a teatime call – I’d been allotted 30 minutes – for an elderly, frail service user with dementia.

The truth about the cuts: the teaching assistant

“I work as a special educational needs (SEN) classroom assistant, helping a year five boy who is autistic.

We kicked out Shell, but there’s a new threat to the Arctic

General secretary set to visit North Wales hospital

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis will visit UNISON’s North Wales Health Branch and Deeside Hospital today, meeting with staff and the chair an

Statement by Unicef Executive Director Anthony Lake following his visit to Syria

As I crossed the lines into the encircled neighbourhood of Al Waer, I saw things that I had not seen two years ago - shops open for business, peopl

Child refugees and migrants suffer most by border restrictions

The dire situation unfolding at border points along the Balkan land route, especially in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece, has

UNISON welcomes the decision by Ofsted to bring back early years inspection.

UNISON, the union that represents early years inspectors, has welcomed Ofsted’s decision today (Tuesday) to bring the service back in house from Ap

Cymru / Wales launches manifesto for public services

UNISON Cymru Wales is today (Tuesday) launching its manifesto for the forthcoming Welsh Assembly elections at the Sened


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