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Pay us our due


Workers at the 2 Sisters owned Pizza Factory in Nottingham started voting yesterday (May 23) on possible strike action in a dispute over an outstanding... Read More
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Bus stop


Tomorrow (Tuesday May 24) hundreds of Unite bus driver members, working for First Manchester Ltd will stage a one day strike over a series of... Read More
Sound and Vision

What has the EU done for women?


What has the EU done for women? Unite speaks with women members who share why they'll be voting to Remain.   https://youtu.be/ctyXSYfTdDQ
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‘Boaty’ jobs fight


Unite has said it will fight dozens of compulsory redundancies at Cammell Laird, the Birkenhead shipyard set to build ‘Boaty McBoatface’.   Unite had been... Read More
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TTIP victory


In a major victory for Unite and other campaigners, prime minister David Cameron caved in to public demands to exempt the NHS from provisions in... Read More
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Cuts threaten equalities


Unite has warned against further budget cuts and redundancies at the crisis hit Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), in a letter to MP Maria... Read More
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Profits must pay


Unite has called on Royal Mail to recognise the ‘invaluable’ role its members have played in delivering today’s (May 19) five per cent increase in... Read More
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CalMac victory


Unite has welcomed today’s (May 19) decision to award the western isles ferry services contract to CalMac as a victory for the workforce and a... Read More
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No pain, no gain?


The shocking sexism of the last century dramatized in the popular television show Mad Men may not be such a thing of the past after... Read More
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Strike for fair pay


Members of Unite working at Homes and Communities Association (HCA) are striking for fair pay and proper pay negotiations today (May 19).   Unite’s 145... Read More
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Cameron’s ‘bare cupboard’


The annual Queen’s Speech should ostensibly lay out the government’s forthcoming legislative agenda, but today’s Speech – dominated by meaningless rhetoric and peppered with a... Read More
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More jobs and investment


Financial media reported that JBS, the largest global food manufacturer, has informed its shareholders that it will seek to relocate headquarters to Ireland, a move... Read More
EU Referendum

The case for hope


Shadow chancellor John McDonnell yesterday (May 17) addressed young people at the TUC, as he outlined Labour’s case to back Remain in next month’s momentous... Read More