Life is tougher under the Tories – Unite launches #GE2017 campaign

Life is tougher under the Tories – Unite launches #GE2017 campaign

Unite has launched its campaign to persuade its members to play their part in the 8 June general election. The union believes its 1.4 million members could make the difference, especially in Labour party seats being targeted by the Conservatives. Across the north of England, where the Conservative party is attempting to make inroads into More »

What do unions think of Labour’s manifesto?

What do unions think of Labour’s manifesto?

Unions say Labour's pledges offer a real opportunity to build a better Britain More »

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 »

 

Tag Archives: Unison

UNISON wins unfair dismissal case after privatised workers told to move from London to Brighton

Union warns employers to think twice before outsourcing and relocating staff

28,000 local government workers earn less than minimum wage

UNISON survey highlights low wage epidemic

Local government unions to ballot members over 1% pay offer

GMB, UNISON and Unite give their reactions to offer from LGA

Unions celebrate as university rejects privatisation plan

UCU and UNISON say decision is massive victory for staff, students and the community

Think tank calls for ban on emergency workers’ right to strike

Unions ridicule Policy Exchange report, rejecting its call for wholesale privatisation of public services

“Accept pay cut or be sacked” care workers win important victory

Employment Appeal Tribunal backs union, saying workers were not properly consulted

The numbers don’t add up – UNISON challenges government over staff-to-patient ratio

Survey of union members shows growing concern over staff's ability to carry out high levels of care

Unions queue up to condemn Osborne on unemployment

As unemployment hits 2.56 million, unions say Chancellor must change course

UNISON sees surge in membership, despite huge job losses in local government

Union's spring recruitment campaign pays dividends

Unions unite around “ease the freeze” call from IMF

International Monetary Fund has cut its forecast for UK growth by 0.3% and urged Chancellor George Osborne to rethink "fiscal adjustment"