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Government’s tax credit grab will hit 91,000 in Northern Ireland

Government cuts to tax credits next April will leave nearly 91,100 low to middle-income working families across Northern Ireland – and their 175,40

‘We will win – together’ Prentis tells Manchester rally

“Millions of working people and their families are paying a heavy price under the government’s harsh austerity policies,” general secretary Dave Pr

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Bike Space on ScotRail trains

Many central-Scotland trains, including Edinburgh-Glasgow main line, are to be replaced by new electric trains.  Are you concerned about bike s

Government’s tax credit snatch and grab will hit more than 2.7m working households across the UK

Government cuts to tax credits next April will leave more than 2.7 million low to middle income working families across the UK – and their 5.2 mill

Commemorative United Nations Charter posters now available

UNA-UK has commissioned two stunning new posters based on the United Nations’ historic founding document, the UN Charter.

Scottish council workers vote for two-year pay deal

Local government workers in Scotland have voted to accept a two-year pay offer from employers.

How can we make the UN work better? Natalie Samarasinghe speaks to BBC and Sky News

Reform of the UN is achievable and could have a "transformative impact" on the effectiveness of our global system, argued Natalie Samarasinghe.

We can stop the Government’s latest fracking offensive

The landmark vote by Lancashire councillors to reject two fracking applications in the county marked four years of failure of any company to frack

UNISON Northern Ireland celebrates partnership working

UNISON and health employers in Northern Ireland have been engaged in partnership work on a host of projects for the past decade.


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