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New professional standards for teaching assistants published

New professional standards for teaching assistants, which were scrapped by the government earlier this year, have been brought back to life and pub

Quick ratification of EU climate pledge meaningless without policy ambition

Unbelievable NHS claims are losing votes for the Brexit brigade

UNISON has been arguing for months that the future of the NHS will be very much on the line when the country comes to vote in the EU

Cuts to social care funding hamstring health services says UNISON

Commenting on new NHS England figures published today (Thursday), highlighting the scale of delayed discharges from hospitals, UNISON gener

EU referendum: registration to vote deadline extended

The deadline to register to vote in the referendum has been extended after thousands of people were reportedly prevented from registering before th

‘I really didn’t believe it’, says UNISON prize draw winner

“I really didn’t believe it at first when I got the phone call, I was always one of those people who thought nobody really won these sorts of thing

Health committee chair makes the right choice on EU vote, says UNISON

Responding to the defection of Sara Wollaston MP to the Remain camp over claims the NHS would benefit financially if the UK voted to leave Europe,

Belfast Trust to impose change from weekly to monthly pay on low-paid workers

At its June meeting, UNISON Northern Ireland’s health committee condemned the intervention by Belfast Trust employers to directly communicate with

UNA-UK releases briefing ahead of parliamentary debate on aid

UNA-UK has circulated a briefing to assist parliamentarians in preparing for a debate on Britain's commitment to overseas development assistance.

Care about the future of our NHS? Then voting Remain is the best choice

As General Secretary of Britain’s largest health union, I spend a lot of time thinking about the future of our National Health Servic