Coming soon: a new look for union-news.co.uk

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What’s the big deal about subcos?

What’s the big deal about subcos?

Tim Lezard looks at what unions in the South West are doing to fight the privatisation of NHS jobs More »

HOPE not Hate researcher infiltrates US alt-right – last chance to help fund his film

HOPE not Hate researcher infiltrates US alt-right – last chance to help fund his film

Patrik Hermansson's astonishing undercover footage is a story that deserves to be told More »

Refugees, Trump and Twitter – Harry Leslie Smith in his own words

Refugees, Trump and Twitter – Harry Leslie Smith in his own words

Tim Lezard talks to the nonagenarian publishing sensation about his hopes for the future More »

UCU strike vote represents another defeat for the Tories’ anti-union laws

UCU strike vote represents another defeat for the Tories’ anti-union laws

UCU member Gregor Gall looks at the challenges facing the union's members in the wake of such a positive ballot result More »

 

Monthly Archives: November 2012

Men borrow £100 a month more than women, says survey

Unite calls for Lords to tackle UK debt crisis

Bus drivers on strike today after pay is frozen despite £688m profits

More than 2,000 bus drivers from nine garages across north London are today on strike following Arriva North’s decision not to award them a percentage pay increase despite massive profits. DB Group which owns Arriva PLC made £688m in profit

Financial support “not reaching the right students,” says NUS after 23% drop in applications

Student leaders say government should 'finally admit higher education policies are having significant impact' on applications

NUJ calls on Leveson to back conscience clause to safeguard journalists

Union also argues for an independent regulatory body to provide and protect a free press

“Don’t play politics with pensions,” unions tell Scottish, Westminster governments

SNP government criticised over 'supine' decision to enforce increases in pension contributions on Scottish public sector workers