Member stories

‘An inconsequential little protest’

Graeme Ellis was watching live TV coverage of the budget on 16 March when George Osborne announced plans to cut personal independence payments for

It's time for David Cameron to stop hiding in the smog!

UNA-UK launches report on the UK's record at the Security Council

The report focuses on the obstacles to action in the Security Council and the UK's record in international peace and security.

Keeping the home fires burning

05.45: Across the silhouetted fields and trees to the east, an angry streak of colour is splitting the earth from the sky.

Public library service ‘hollowed out’ by job losses and cuts

UNISON has welcomed a BBC investigation that has drawn attention to the “extent of the damage” to the UK’s public library service since 2010.

New era for school support staff in Wales

Campaigning public services union UNISON is heralding the start of a new era for school learning support staff in Wales.

This isn’t a “living wage” – it’s a rebranded minimum wage

From today, many low-paid workers will begin to receive the so-called “national living wage”.

UNISON welcomes minimum wage boost

Public services union, UNISON, has welcomed the new minimum wage of £7.20, whilst warning the UK Conservatives c

UNA-UK comments on the UK's five-year strategy for national security

UNA-UK comments on the UK's new National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review.

UNA-UK to host unprecedented public debates with UN Secretary-General candidates

For the first time in history, candidates competing to be next UN leader will take part in public debates in London and New York.