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Vice president tells conference of the challenges ahead

The future will be difficult, as the government sticks with “the same failed austerity agenda”, reveals its lack of a

Disabled members’ conference backs action against bullying

UNISON members are being bullied, harassed and attacked from all sides because of their disabilities, delegates to the union’s disabled members’ c

Positive steps on dirty Arctic fuel at world shipping meeting, but climate discussion lacks urgency

UNISON backs petition to protect children’s care rights in England

UNISON is urging members to sign an online petition to protect the rights of vulnerable children, threatened by plans to let English councils opt o

CETA is not dead yet, UNISON warns

UNISON has warned that CETA is not dead – yet, despite the failure of Canada and the EU to sign the controversial trade agreement today.

London Borough Of Barking and Dagenham to sign UNISON ethical care charter

An agreement to be signed today (Thursday) between UNISON and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham promises to deliver improved homecare for

Health service workers resort to loans and food banks after years of cash cuts, UNISON survey finds

Thursday 27 October 2016

How I became a Brit with a German passport, and why I no longer am

The first time I came to Britain I was 15. I came on a three-week student exchange to Ramsgate in 1981.

Are we keeping our promises on climate? UK and world update

“I hear no objection in the room.

Are your NMC registration and payments up to date?

November is the first anniversary of new rules governing registration and fees with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), which make it more imp


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John Ray Initiative:

The Church in Action For some years now the CRES residential has been in Ripon College Cuddesdon...

All We Can:

The United Nations have marked today as International Widows’ Day,...


Last week brought the good news that Scotland had met its latest climate target, with emi

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