The ‘great pretender’

Unite calls on May to name minimum wage dodgers

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Celebrate health visitors


Unite will celebrate the nation’s health visitors and 120 years of the CPHVA (Community Practitioners’ and Health Visitors Association) with a special week of events... Read More
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‘Pink book’ saved


Unite, youth and community members have overwhelmingly voted to accept a new two year deal after the Local Government Association (LGA) employers rowed back on... Read More
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Strike suspended


The strike by staff at Menzies Distribution, which could have threatened deliveries to newsagents across the UK, has been suspended for workers to vote on... Read More
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Solidarity cinema


The 4th annual London Labour Film Festival kicks off today (September 22) at the Art House Cinema in Crouch End and will feature a range... Read More
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Work with the Board


Less than a year ago, the Scottish government did the right thing and decided to retain its Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB) which sets minimum wages... Read More
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End zero hours abuse


Cleaners, porters and workers serving food at Barts Health NHS Trust will stage a protest tomorrow (September 21) at the Trust’s annual public meeting to... Read More
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Welcome change of heart


In a major climbdown from Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley following unrelenting pressure from Unite, the much-maligned retail giant finally caved to union, shareholder and... Read More
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‘Into a hellhole’


Exactly half a century after the iconic television play Cathy Come Home sparked a national conversation about homelessness, another Ken Loach production, a film which... Read More
Review

Hillsborough voices


Hillsborough voices: the real story told by the people themselves is this month’s book of the month at the Unite Education department, which since 2013... Read More