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Declining ice pressures Arctic wildlife

Derby school staff lobby Parliament

“They brought us all into the staff room and when they told us people started crying.

UNISON activists’ work recognised with TUC awards at congress

UNISON activists received special recognition at the TUC Congress in Brighton this week.

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What kind of way is this to run a decent and compassionate care service?

Today, UNISON is taking it’s biggest ever homecare legal case on behalf of seven members employed across the London Borough of Haringey.

UNISON’s biggest ever homecare legal case over workers paid as little as £3.27 an hour

Seventeen home care workers employed across the London Borough of Haringey – backed by their union UNISON – are taking care company Sevacare and th

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


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