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Unions and community groups must work together and mobilise in greater numbers to oppose the rise of racist and fascist activity across Europe. Click here to read more.
EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU have been the bargaining chips of the Brexit negotiations since 24 June 2016. Time is running out as March 2019 draws closer. Click here to read more.
Some council staff struggling on low wages are resorting to taking their possessions to pawnbrokers, says a UNISON report published last week. Click here to read more.
We need an outright ban on zero-hours contracts.
Too many workers are being denied job security, sick pay and holiday pay – and insecure work is out of control. Click here to read more and sign the TUC petition.
3 November 2018 11:00am–4:00pm, Central London.
As the crisis in our public library service deepens and central Government slashes local council budgets, UNISON is calling a National Demonstration in support of Libraries, Museums and Culture.
The demo and rally, supported by PCS and UNITE will march through central London. Click here for more details.
Please also take a moment to sign and share this petition to get college funding debated in Parliament. Click here to sign.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and members of the London Assembly will talk to Londoners about their plans and priorities for the city. Jennette Arnold, Assembly Member for North East London will chair the event. Free event but registration essential. Click here to read more.
Dave Knight on a campaign group’s efforts to support vulnerable people.
Waltham Forest Stand Up For Your Rights protesting outside Leytonstone Jobcentre Plus. Waltham Forest Stand Up For Your Rights is a local organisation that supports benefits claimants and campaigns on the problems they face. Click here to read more.
Boosting our members’ digital confidence. UNISON is supporting the Get Online Week – 15-21 October – to help build members’ digital confidence and remove barriers that prevent them fully taking part in an increasingly technical world. Click here to read more.
The Waltham Forest Civic Society wanted to protect Walthamstow Town Square.
But Waltham Forest Council said no – because planning permission for new homes at the Mall and town square site has already been granted. Click here to read more.