Member stories

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

WWF

Are we undermining our natural heritage?

The Trade Union Bill and my job: Alyson’s story

“My job involves looking after and feeding children with special needs at lunchtime for an hour and a half in term time.

UNISON general secretary salutes members ahead of Rhondda lobby

Dave Prentis, general secretary of UNISON has sent a goodwill message to UNISON workers engaged in industrial action at Rhondda Cynon Taf council (

Caerphilly council condemns the trade union bill

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis has congratulated Caerphilly County Borough Council in passing a motion to oppose the UK government’s Trade U

UNISON warns of staff exodus as two-thirds plan to leave the NHS

Two-thirds (65 per cent) of NHS workers are seriously thinking about leaving their jobs, with two in five saying they are considering a

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Columban JPIC:

A museum of horror or a park of peace?

Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon:

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:
Spokes:

Plans are underway to try and improve the safety of Edinburgh’s tramline system for people...

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