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Teaching assistants’ pay should be set the same way as teachers, says UNISON

The pay of teaching assistants should be agreed nationally like that of teachers, then local councils would not be able to undermine their earnings

‘We must fight for facility time – for our members and for our services’

“We have to keep up the fight and keep making the case for the importance of our facility time – for our members and for the services we provide,”

UNISON urges greater ambition in defending workers’ rights

“If we want to redress the balance of workplace power we need to be ambitious … we can only be constrained by our own lack of ambition.”

UNISON vows to campaign for midwives and their patients

Abolishing the NHS bursary for healthcare students England when there is a shortage of midwives is “a massively retrograde step”, UNISON’s Eleanor

Director of British Museum asked to justify BP deal

UK Watchdog Calls for More Action on Scottish Climate Change Targets

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The British people didn’t vote for more cuts on June 23rd

This week the labour movement comes together – as it has done so for almost a century and a half – at the Trades Union Congress.

Does your employer have an ethical procurement policy?

Does your employer have an ethical procurement policy?

UNISON congratulates Amy Marren

Like everyone in the country, UNISON has been cheering on our incredible athletes as they’ve been competing in the Paralympic Games in Rio.

Nothing ever handed to us on a plate, TUC president tells congress

Trade union representatives are meeting at “a crucial point in our history”, TUC president Liz Snape told congress delegates as she opened this wee


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