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Voices for Palestine won’t be silenced

UNISON delegates expressed their concern this morning at attempts to silence those who campaign for Palestinian rights, in an emotional debate incl

‘Refugee lives do matter’

UNISON will continue advocating evidence-based polices on migration, after delegates to the union’s annual conference overwhelming backed a motion

What if you were murdered for speaking up for the planet?

All We Can welcomes its new Deputy Chief Executive

PSI general secretary: ‘We must stop the race to the bottom’

Decent work needs to be recognised everywhere, and the race to the bottom that is affecting public services all around the world because multinatio

Tide is turning against government’s austerity programme, says UNISON

UNISON today repeated its call for fair funding of public services, through a fair system of taxation.

As UNISON and Jeremy have argued – we should Remain and reform Europe

This morning, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn addressed our national delegate conference.

Corbyn vows to scrap Trade Union Act when in government

Jeremy Corbyn told UNISON delegates today that a Labour government would immediately repeal the Trade Union Act.

Local government staff at breaking point and cutbacks to blame, says UNISON

Local government workers are experiencing unprecedented pressure and stress in the workplace – and government cuts are to blame, says a report from

Belfast mental health decision welcomed

Following a concerted campaign between the service users, their carers, families, trade unions and some politicians, the Belfast Trust were forced


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