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Keeping the floods at bay

Amanda Cruddas is an environment officer in Penrith, Cumbria.

British UN diplomats scrutinise UK's 70-year record on international peace and security

Former and current UN diplomats and civil servants assessed the UK’s performance on the UN Security Council.

UNISON welcomes transgender equality report

UNISON has welcomed much of what is contained in the report of the House of Commons Women and Equalities Inquiry into transgender equality that has

UNISON welcomes transgender equality report and says action is needed now

Welcoming the report released today (Thursday) by the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prenti

UNISON slams redundancy plans at NHS Property Services

UNISON has today (Thursday) criticised plans by NHS Property Services to make more than 140 posts redundant in England.

Local government pay consultation begins (England, Wales, NI)

Local government branches in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have started consulting members on the pay offer from employers.

The man behind Lancashire’s fracking furore

Government priorities bring no respite for school business managers

Government proposals for schools in England, set out in the Education and Adoption Bill, miss the important issues currently facing schools, says U

Laudato Si’ Resources and Links for PARISHES AND Schools

Laudato Si’ Resources and Links for PARISHES AND Schools   Texts and Books Laudato Si’ by Pope Francis https:

Young UNISON members gather to plan campaigns

More than 100 UNISON young members will gather in Leicester on 13-15 May discuss how they can play a part in the union’s campaigning to defend publ


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John Ray Initiative:

The Church in Action For some years now the CRES residential has been in Ripon College Cuddesdon...

All We Can:

The United Nations have marked today as International Widows’ Day,...


Last week brought the good news that Scotland had met its latest climate target, with emi

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