For this blog I managed to have a catch up with Sharon Hodgson, MP for Washington and Sunderland West to discuss public services and Labour’s Green New Deal. Clare Williams CW: Public services are all really struggling to provide the services they want with the level of government funding cuts and we’re wondering what your thoughts […]
UNISON’s Middlesbrough LG Branch was delighted to be able to participate in celebrating the second Black History Youth Awards Dinner hosted by Cultures CIC, in Middlesbrough Town Hall. UNISON Middlesbrough LG Branch has also become one of the sponsors of the event, supporting the vital community organising work which underpins the event. The awards celebrate […]
The 140 workers – who are among the lowest paid at the local authority – have been told their jobs are to be transferred to a number of private companies
We are working with Show Racism the Red Card to deliver our Ambassador Programme. The course is open to all UNISON members and runs for one day per week for 6 weeks from Tuesday 8 October until Saturday the 16 November. The course aims to take participants on a journey from challenging the myths around immigration and […]
Ignored by the government once again, why Teaching assistants like my Mam deserve our solidarity.
A no-deal Brexit could devastate the NHS and social care. And if this government goes ahead with it, health and care workers will be on the frontline
UNISON is proud to work with Show Racism the Red Card and we are pleased to have been able to participate in the new film which features UNISON Assistant General Secretary Roger Mackenzie and Regional Secretary Clare Williams.
On 19 July I was honoured to have been elected as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria and one of the most enabling factors in this was my union, UNISON.
Thanks to the generosity of the staff and members of the public they were able to donate over £200 worth of food to the food bank in South Tyneside.
Hundreds of outsourced porters, catering, domestic and security staff in Northumbria are to get the same pension as NHS workers after a year of negotiations