Not going to #PayRise rally? Read Frances O’Grady’s message here

Not going to #PayRise rally? Read Frances O’Grady’s message here

TUC general secretary invites people to write to their MPs to demand fair pay for public servants More »

To affiliate or not affiliate, that is the question … how unions work informally with the Labour Party

To affiliate or not affiliate, that is the question … how unions work informally with the Labour Party

The final part of our LRD series focuses on how the AEU and PCS lobby for policy changes More »

“The time for action is now” – Mark Serwotka on his union’s pay campaign

“The time for action is now” – Mark Serwotka on his union’s pay campaign

PCS general secretary says there has never been an important time to step up campaigning More »

BECTU and the Labour Party – where do they go from here?

BECTU and the Labour Party – where do they go from here?

Part two of the LRD series looks at what happened when BECTU merged with Prospect More »

Labour and the unions: forging stronger links?

Labour and the unions: forging stronger links?

Since Jeremy Corbyn became Labour Party leader, several unions that were not Labour-affiliated have been considering their relationship with the party More »

 

Monthly Archives: January 2016

Union challenges government over passport office closure plans

PCS is calling for a full consultation on proposals to close half the UK's passport offices

Ten ton lorry drivers ballot for industrial action

1,000 Unite members unhappy at plans to transfer them from Co-Operative to Eddie Stobart

“I had a pencil stabbed in my head” – pupil-teacher violence alarms union

ATL says cuts to social services and mental health services mean school staff plugging the gaps

UNISON reveals the harrowing truth of 15-minute homecare visits

Union report shows 74% of local authorities in England are limiting homecare visits for their elderly, ill and disabled residents to just 15 minutes

Unions’ anger at thirty minute sacking warning

GMB and Prospect challenge government's 'Northern Powerhouse' rhetoric after BIS pulls out of Sheffield

Are we about to witness a mass resignation of GPs?

Unite says overworked doctors grapple with soaring patient demand in a cash-strapped NHS

On-line ballots are no security risk, says new report

TUC welcomes report from Secure Voting and calls on government to re-think

GMB protests against Brighton ambulance cuts

Unions holds demonstration against outsourcing in Sussex

Crane operators vote for strike over pay

Unite members working for Ainscough ask company to reconsider offer to avoid disruption

Today’s Tube strike suspended

RMT suspends action for further talks but warns next month's action remains on