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If we don’t speak up, solar power in the UK will face a cloudy future

by-nc-sa. Credit: Greenpeace UK There was a time when it was rare to see solar power on rooftops here in the UK. Our cloudy skies and...

Ministers must admit how many on tax credits will lose out, says Dave Prentis

The government must come clean on the numbers of working people who will be worse off as a result its cuts to tax credits next year, says UNISON.

Shell’s out of the Arctic: 3 things you could do next!

UNISON secures employment tribunal win for careers advisers

  UNISON has won a hard fought victory for workers in the careers service against Prospects Limited.

UNA-UK urges Government to recognise the importance of the United Nations

UNA-UK has submitted recommendations to the UK Government's public consultation on the NSS and SDSR.

UNISON takes One Team NHS campaign to Parliament

UNISON members are being urged to contact their MPs and get them to back the union’s One Team healthcare campaign by signing up to an Early Day Mot

UK parliamentarians host roundtable with UN human rights chief

The 12 October meeting was hosted jointly between the UN APPG, the APPG on Human Rights and the APPG on the Rule of Law.

New report: Much more needed to tackle gaps in climate action


Civil society publishes review of national climate targets


Countdown to historic climate meeting in Paris


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