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Women drag last equal pay claim council to court, says UNISON

14 October 2016 Embargo: 00.01hrs Monday 17 October 2016

Climate wins as another global deal to limit emissions is reached

Switching to LED light bulbs will slash winter blackout risk

Together we can end the injustice of massive pay cuts for those who care for our kids

Last night at Redhills, the famous home of the Durham Miners, hundreds of women mistreated by their employer came together and showed they won’t be

Get set for European Health and Safety Week

just 10 days to European health and safety week (24-30 October) – the annual focus on making sure that work and our workplaces are both safe and he

Environment Ministers must turn climate commitments into action

UK urged to act before bulldozers enter The Jungle at Calais

Lives will be put in danger when bulldozers demolish The Jungle refugee camp at Calais on Monday 17 October – and UNISON is calling on members to t

EP Industry Committee's ETS vote to benefit Europe's biggest polluters

Durham teaching assistants hold rally as strike ballot enters final week

Durham teaching assistants – who have just one week left to vote for strike action in the long-running dispute over cuts to their pay – are to hold

Nursing Associates should not be nurses on the cheap, says UNISON

Wednesday 12 October 2016 For immediate release Nursing Associates should not be nurses on the cheap, says UNISON


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Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Together with the government's support for fracking, the Heathrow airport decision is an...


It was a pleasure to meet representatives of Building and Woodworkers International – including...

Columban JPIC:

On Saturday 22 October, Fr.

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