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Help stop the illegal underpayment of homecare workers

MPs will be debating the illegal underpayment of homecare workers next week.

Parliamentarians consider UK's approach to UN peace operations

The All-Party Parliamentary Goup on the United Nations met on Wednesday to explore the current state of UN peace operations and how the UK could co

How green is your Budget?

Lords inflict serious blow to the Trade Union Bill

The Lords has inflicted a triple blow to the government’s controversial Trade Union Bill.

Earth Hour: European citizens unite for climate action as leaders trail behind

Extra funding for flood defences welcome but don’t forget staff on the ground, says UNISON

Welcoming the Chancellor’s decision to increase tax insurance to pay for flood defences, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis sai

Another budget, another year of cuts, another year of failure

We’re six years into the Osborne experiment, and the Chancellor is still forcing the British people to swallow the same medicine – ev

£1,000,000,000 tax cut for oil and gas in Budget

George Osborne’s Budget was an opportunity to set out how the government would deliver on the commitment the UK made at the Paris climate talks to

The Duchess of Cornwall visits vulnerable families in Serbia with Unicef

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall travelled with Unicef today to visit a centre in Belgrade, Serbia, which is supporting vulnerable childr

This is not a Budget for the next generation, says UNISON

Commenting on today’s Budget, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis said: “Six years of severe cuts to public spending have done l


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