Member stories

Ending check-off would make absolutely no sense

Just as it seemed theTrade Union Bill couldn’t get any worse, the government is pushing ahead with its last minute amendment to the bill – bringing

UNISON welcomes government climb down over restrictions on unions’ social media activity

Welcoming the news today (Tuesday) that the government has decided to abandon plans for unions to give two weeks notice of any social media activit

General secretary candidates confirmed

UNISON has confirmed the candidates for the general secretary election which will start on 9 November.

Rally shows strength of feeling over trade union bill

“This hard-line trade union bill attacks every worker in this country, union member or not.

UNISON welcomes new living wage rates

Commenting on the new living wage rates announced today (Monday) by the Living Wage Foundation of £9.40 an hour in London, and £8.25 elsewhere in t

Catholic Church and UNISON reaffirms commitment to the Living Wage in schools

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has today reiterated the Church’s commitment to the Li

UNISON General Secretary joins Barnet strikers on picket line

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis is joining Barnet strikers at the Mill Hill Depot today (Monday) at 7am.

More than 500 UNISON members working in public services heading to Westminster for mass lobby

More than 500 UNISON members working in public services heading to Westminster for mass lobby

A father’s story

Conroy received the call at 6am on a Tuesday.

Faith and Creation – a Call to Mission

When I was six years old I saw Yuri Gagarin, the first astronaut, when he visited London.


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John Ray Initiative:

“For the violence done to Lebanon will overwhelm you; the destruction of the animals will...

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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