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13 October 2021

Who runs Unison: lay members or the paid officials?

The new NEC must start the fight to democratise Unison

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6 October 2021

Unison LG members reject insulting pay offer

In a Unison consultative ballot of local government workers, 79% of members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland who voted put a cross on the ballot form to reject the employers' insulting offer of 1.75%

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29 September 2021

Workers reject 3% pay insult

The miserly 3% 'pay rise' for NHS workers is amounting to effectively nothing.

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22 September 2021

NHS workers reject 3% insult

GMB members have voted 93% in favour of rejecting the 3% pay deal for NHS workers

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15 September 2021

Carmarthenshire Unison: 'Recognise our union!'

Union members in Plaid Cymru-run Carmarthenshire Council, Wales, are demanding a Trade Union Recognition Agreement (TURA) at Cwm Environmental, which is wholly owned by the council.

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23 June 2021

Interview with newly elected Unison NEC member

Hospital worker Naomi Byron speaks (pc) to the Socialist following her election

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23 June 2021

Carmarthenshire: Fighting for trade union recognition at council-owned company

Plaid Cymru-led Carmarthenshire County Council needs to instruct Cwm Environmental to implement a Trade Union Recognition Agreement (TURA) immediately.

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16 June 2021

Socialist Party to the fore at Unison LG conference

At the conference on 13 June, our region had two motions on the agenda, which I moved.

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11 June 2021

Right lose control in national executive council election

The election results have been announced for the executive of Unison

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26 May 2021

Cadent Gas plans 200 job losses

Cadent Gas has announced 200 redundancies, the closure of its Hinckley site, and the transfer of the remaining staff to a new site at Ansty, Coventry.

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19 May 2021

NHS: Scottish vote shows unions must fight for 15%

Thursday 1 April should have seen a significant pay rise for all NHS staff. Instead, we have seen further delays and no announcement from the Pay Review Body.

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19 May 2021

Unison: Elect reps who will back strike action

Ballot papers are being sent out to the 1.3 million members of public sector union Unison to elect the new national executive council (NEC), the highest elected body of the union

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5 May 2021

For a fighting, democratic, member-led union to stop the austerity attacks

Branches have not been given a national campaign

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21 April 2021

Capitalism discriminates against us - Disabled people fighting for our rights

"My experience has been a humiliating financial nightmare ...I first tried to claim disability benefits in the 1990s..."

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21 April 2021

Keep Liverpool council's One Stop Shops open

In the 1980s, when the Labour council in Liverpool was led by supporters of the Militant newspaper, forerunner of the Socialist, one of the reforms that was implemented was the opening of eight 'One Stop Shops' across the city

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21 April 2021

Socialist Party members - part of a left challenge for Unison's leadership

Unison union elections: Despite the recent election of 'Keir Starmer-friendly' Christina McAnea as the Unison General Secretary in January, the elections for the national executive council (NEC) could see the union executive swing to the left

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27 January 2021

Unison NEC elections: United left challenge needed to fight slaughter of jobs and services

Just weeks after the general secretary election, Unison members are beginning the process of electing the union's national executive council (NEC), the lay members' leadership of the union

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11 January 2021

Unison get sec election shows left can win NEC

The result of the Unison GS election shows the mood for change in the biggest public sector union

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2 December 2020

Unison general secretary ballot closes

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18 November 2020

Women workers need strong trade unions to defend their jobs, pay and services

Why I am backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary: "It's bedlam at the care home", said one care worker, my neighbour and Unison member. She went on to say: "They admitted three more patients at the weekend. We have never been so full. Some residents

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