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EDF-owned firm taken to court over fears of delay at Hinkley type reactor

‘What are the funding implications?’ UNISON asks of Diamond review

UNISON wants to know the funding implications after the Welsh government published Professor Sir Ian Diamond’s review of the country’s higher educa

UNISON Northern Ireland warns of care home crisis

UNISON is growing increasingly concerned at a trend of care home closures in Northern Ireland.

Juncker investment plan: deep reforms necessary for sustainable future

Derby teaching assistants take their pay dispute to Labour party conference

Derby teaching assistants have taken their dispute over pay to the Labour party conference in Liverpool today (Tuesday) in a bid to win support fro

International Scientists Raise Red Flags over Arctic's Future

Exit payment cap will hit middle earners, not just the highly paid, warns UNISON

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English FE members to be consulted on 1%/£250 pay offer

Members working in English further education colleges are to be consulted after employers made a “first and final” offer of a 1% pay increase, or £

Labour Conference: Stopping and reversing the failed experiment of privatisation

It was an honour to speak on behalf of public service workers at Labour Party conference today.

Labour must be electable to protect public services and win for working people, says UNISON

Labour can only win for working people and protect public services by being in government — and putting an end to the infighting that has plagued t


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John Ray Initiative:

Somerset- a different county We are pleased to announce that CRES and JRI will be running a one...

All We Can:

More than £340,000 has been given in response to the East Africa Famine Appeal, launched at the...

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