Hunt ‘come clean’

Secretive NHS shake-up could cost £15m in management consultancy fees

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Credit debt blues


As millions of Britons settle back into the first few weeks of work following the festive season, we know all too well that the party’s... Read More
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‘No time to waste’  


As prime minister Theresa May continues to ignore the mounting funding problems faced by the NHS — whose ongoing crisis was most shockingly exemplified by... Read More
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Decent basic rights call


Angry dock workers at Liverpool’s Seaforth container terminal working for Peel Ports have had enough and pictured today (January 13) are Unite members protesting over... Read More
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Justice fight goes on


Up to 300 workers, members of Unite are continuing to take strike action today (January 13).   But in a goodwill gesture, Unite is suspending... Read More
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‘Get a grip’


The Prime Minister shrugged off the mounting NHS crisis yesterday (January 11) as a “small number” of incidents, even as 20 hospitals across England declared... Read More
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‘Sigh of relief’


Hundreds of jobs were saved after a sale was secured this week (January 11) of Coventry-based automotive parts supplier CovPress, one of the largest employers... Read More
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Sleeping in their cars


When British Airways first introduced its Mixed Fleet in 2010, the airline advertised wages of £17,000 to £20,000 each year on its website. But by... Read More
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Uphold union rights call


Scotland’s biggest construction union has hit out after Scotland's First Minister failed to back union rights during a visit to a new hospital in Dumfries.  ... Read More
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No facilities protest


Dock workers working for Peel Ports, one of the UK’s largest port operators, are to protest on Friday (January 13) over the lack of decent... Read More
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‘Slap in the face’


Argos’ plans to transfer nearly 500 workers from its Lutterworth distribution hub in Leicestershire to Kettering, Northamptonshire are ‘a slap in the face’ for a... Read More
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Excuses, excuses


The worst excuses of bosses guilty of not paying staff the minimum wage – including “she only makes tea”, “I only pay them when customers... Read More
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Courageous stand


And action and support for our courageous BA ‘Mixed Fleet’ members are not limited to Heathrow. Pictured are Unite members at Manchester Airport taking part... Read More
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‘Courageous step’


Protesting against low pay injustice are Unite’s BA ‘mixed fleet’ members as they start their 48-hour strike over poverty pay levels at the UK’s national carrier.... Read More
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“Worst job ever”


As British Airways Mixed Fleet cabin crew take 48-hour strike action over poverty pay commencing today (January 10), UNITElive speaks to former crew members who... Read More