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London members mark Black History Month

UNISON Black members in London gathered in Conway Hall today to mark the legacy of Black people, and their continuing contribution to the UK.

The Trade Union Bill: T’s story

The residents are of various ages, with different abilities – both mental and physical.

Government’s pledge on free school meals must be honoured

Commenting on the pledge given today (Wednesday) at Prime Minister’s Questions that free school meals for infants won’t be scrapped, UNISON General

Pressure grows on Government to save solar industry

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Far East November 2015 Out Now

The November edition of the Far East covers the Columbans returning to Myanmar for the first time since 1979, the dangers of rising sea levels for

UNISON wins equal pay settlement for Fife women

More than 1,400 mainly low-paid women members in Fife will be better off after UNISON reached a multi-million pound settlement with the council ove
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Leading global entrepreneurs join the call for climate action

UNISON member wins prestigious teaching assistant award

UNISON member Kathy Harwood has been named Teaching Assistant of the Year 2015 at the prestigious Pearson Teaching Awards ceremony.

The Trade Union Bill and my job: Sean’s story

My name is Sean Keown and I work as a pharmacy technician.

The Trade Union Bill: Roger’s story

My role in the estates division of city treasury covered a multitude of different functions.

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