TSSA condemns Israeli government over Lanning deportation

TSSA condemns Israeli government over Lanning deportation

Union speaks banning former PCS AGS is an attempt to undermine the democratic right of free speech More »

Blue plaque unveiled to commemorate “powerful” woman trade unionist

Blue plaque unveiled to commemorate “powerful” woman trade unionist

TUC president Mary Bousted reflects on the life of campaigner Mary Macarthur More »

“He walked the walk” – remembering Bob Crow

“He walked the walk” – remembering Bob Crow

Gregor Gall previews his new biography of the former RMT leader More »

Unions21 – encouraging you to think strategically for the way ahead

Unions21 – encouraging you to think strategically for the way ahead

Simon Sapper looks forward to the organisation's conference later in the month More »

 

Monthly Archives: March 2013

NUT members call for Ofsted boycott

Teachers ask union to look into legality of mass walk-outs as inspectors arrive at school

Teachers to work with communities to oppose academies

Union accuses Michael Gove of running education as if it were the Wild West

94 per cent of parents don’t trust Michael Gove

NUT says survey shows education secretary needs to accept his is wrong

Unite community activists get up early to take part in bedroom tax protests

Trade unionists join widespread protests against unfair policy

Teachers blamed for ills of society, says new NASUWT president

Mick Lyons says profession is being systemically undermined by government trying to dictate to teachers

UNISON calls for 111 launch delay after paramedics dispatched to help patient with hiccups

Union says 30 nurses have already been replaced by non-qualified call-handlers

Nine out of ten Prospect members back political fund

Union says result sends government a clear message from the squeezed middle

Good Friday quiz: who is the biggest welfare cheat? Dave, George or Iain?

Unite launches new campaign ahead of welfare cuts leaving 1.5 million households worse off

PCS members target IDS over benefit sanctions

Union seeks meeting with work and pensions secretary over sanctions

“Stop the cuts if you want to stop the bullying,” say BBC strikers

Thousands of BBC staff have walked out of newsrooms and studios across the UK in 12-hour stoppage over job cuts and bullying