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Joining UNISON is the best decision I have made in years. Having worked in the Private Care Sector for several years, I had often thought about joining UNISON but felt that it would not be worth my while. However, after months of difficulties with my unsupportive and disorganised management, I decided it was time to join up. Despite having been a UNISON member for less than 6 months the union represented me without question and with complete commitment and professionalism.
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The cabinet yesterday agreed to end its arrangement with Ascham Homes. Click here to read the full story in the local press.
Julia Poynter, Families Convenor; Chris Street, UNISON Branch Secretary and Bill Palmer, Joint Union Convenor for Health and Safety donate £240 on behalf of UNISON, GMB and UNITE the Union to local and international welfare charities. Read more ›
Due to held on 4 July it has been postponed. More from http://www.palestinecampaign.org/events/palestine-trade-union-conference/
Public meeting with Fatima Ismael 2pm Saturday 27 June London, more info http://nicaraguasc.org.uk/news/article/136/Climate-change,-Fairtrade,-women-producers
Despite claiming to be taking steps to normalise relations with Cuba, the US has allocated funding for the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). Read more ›
Thursday July 2, 7.00pm (Doors 6.30), Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way, London, W1T 5DL Read more ›
Delegate opens debate on training needs for activists. Click here to read more
On 8th July the government will present a new Budget to the House of Commons, setting out further detail on the scale of public service and social security spending cuts it is planning over the years ahead. But how should those who want to challenge the government’s programme best make their case? This event will provide a chance to hear expert economic analysis and to debate and discuss the implications of the election for a progressive response. Read more ›
UNISON delegates in Glasgow today committed the union to keeping inequality at the forefront of political and economic debate. Read more ›