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Durham teaching assistants hold rally as strike ballot enters final week

Durham teaching assistants – who have just one week left to vote for strike action in the long-running dispute over cuts to their pay – are to hold

Nursing Associates should not be nurses on the cheap, says UNISON

Wednesday 12 October 2016 For immediate release Nursing Associates should not be nurses on the cheap, says UNISON

Public services campaign making its mark, NEC hears

UNISON’s current campaign to build support for public services among members, the general public and politicians is resonating with people the unio

How You Can Stand with Standing Rock Activists to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

Right now, hundreds of Indigenous activists are peacefully protesting the construction of a crude oil pipeline on ancestral lands, and they need...

European Parliament must vote for an EU ETS that works for the climate

UNISON wins Mumsnet

We’re big fans of Mumsnet at UNISON, and following a discussion thread about our public service champions campaign last week, we’re e

Health SGE by-election

A by-election will be held for the vacant Greater London reserved (low pay) seat on the health service broup executive.

2017 diaries are here – has your branch ordered?

UNISON diaries are as popular as ever: if your branch hasn’t ordered their 2017 yet, now is the time to order, to make sure they’re received before

Effective coal regulation could slash deaths from toxic fumes by 85%

Climate Friendly BoA October 2016 newsletter


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John Ray Initiative:

The UK’s regulations on Data Protection are changing on 25th May 2018 and JRI is carrying out...


The First Minister launched the Route Map to an Energy Efficient S

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