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No let up in serious crime rise, says UNISON

Responding to official figures released today (Thursday) that show serious crime is still rising, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis

Liverpool John Moores University agrees to pay living wage

UNISON has welcomed the news that Liverpool John Moores University has become an accredited living wage employer.

Cab drivers and cyclists join Greenpeace to demand real action on air pollution

Middlesex University branch wins living wage commitment

“We are so pleased that we will finally be paid a decent wage for our hard work,” UNISON member Consuela Ospina declared yesterday.

UNISON launches campaign to take a stand against attacks on health service

UNISON Cymru Wales is today launching the #iamthewelshnhs campaign to challenge cynical and cheap political attacks against the health service.

Comment from WWF EPO Director on the Paris Agreement signing ceremony

Living wage in the water industry

Even on the proper living wage, it would take nearly 130 years for the lowest paid employees in the water industry to earn the same as the highest

Making Waves for the Living Wage – the tide is turning in our favour

UNISON has a long history of campaigning for a statutory Living Wage.

UK "remains strongly committed" to the Responsibility to Protect principle

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has responded to a joint letter from UNA-UK and the Internationa

Compulsory redundancies at British Gas will be hard to avoid, says UNISON

Commenting on the news that 700 British Gas jobs are to go in the West Midlands, with the closure of the Oldbury service/call centre near Birmingha


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