Member stories

Count all staff and their roles, UNISON tells NHS

NHS staff need to be properly recorded by the jobs they do, to get proper – and usable – workforce data, says UNISON.

Trade Union Bill is bad for democracy and for working people, says UNISON

Speaking ahead of giving evidence today (Thursday) to the Trade Union Bill Committee, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said:

Paris climate talks ‘not a north-south fight’

NEWS: Developing countries are owning their climate plans, say experts on Climate Home panel, as national interests drive low carbon engagement

Guardian series triggers debate on the effectiveness of the United Nations

A Guardian series has supported UNA-UK in fostering public debate about the UN's successes and failures over the past 70 years.

UNISON welcomes addition of nurses to Shortage Occupation list

Commenting on the announcement today (Thursday) that nurses will be temporarily added to the government’s Shortage Occupation list, U

Seven transformative climate policies launched for 2016 elections

Scotland’s political parties urged to support SCCS manifesto  

Scientists accused of downplaying ‘revolution’ needed for 2C warming goal

NEWS: Rich countries must make a radical shift in consumption patterns to stay within agreed climate change limits, argues UK academic Kevin Anders

Greens slam aviation lobby claims UK climate goals in reach

NEWS: Industry's reliance on biofuels and technological gains to cut emissions under lens as government eyes airport expansion at Heathrow

WEBCAST: What does success in Paris look like?

Rolling coverage from a Climate Home, E3G and PwC COP21 Paris climate talks media briefing in London

OECD to lag behind China and India on public coal finance?