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Burnley is latest council to attack Trade Union Bill

Burnley has become the latest council to criticise the government’s “unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic” Trade Union Bill, warning that it will p

‘Real incentives’ needed for average workers to save for retirement

UNISON has responded to the government’s consultation on changes to tax relief arrangements for pensions by calling for a fairer system of tax reli

2,500 sign Wolverhampton care home petition

More than 2,500 people have signed a UNISON petition to save two Wolverhampton care homes facing closure.

Justine Greening MP confirms DFID's support for a stronger United Nations

Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development, has responded positively to
Scotland to join global call for climate action

Scotland to join global call for climate action

Edinburgh City Council Leader launches Scotland’s Climate March  

Finding her way with UNISON

When Sinéad Liddy first joined UNISON it was for the most common reason in the book: “For back up and support, just in case I had a problem at work

Solar cuts threaten thousands of jobs across UK

Nationwide an estimated 27,000 of the UK's 35,000 solar jobs are at risk.

A criminal record for defending your job?

Imagine struggling to make the decision to go on strike … and being given an ASBO.

UNISON lobby for pay justice for school and council workers

UNISON Cymru Wales members are to lobby the Local Government Association (LGA) today (Thursday 1 October), for fair pay for local government worker

International Day of Older Persons


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UNISON is urging members to sign an online petition to protect the rights of vulnerable children...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

“I hear no objection in the room.

Columban JPIC:

On Saturday 22 October, Fr.

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