• Major investment needed to tackle a social work system in crisis

    Major investment needed to tackle a social work system in crisis
    Commenting on the review into the deaths of Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes published today (Thursday), UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “A system in crisis is failing to protect children in great danger. Much needs to change to put a stop to tragedies like the deaths of Star and Arthur.
    “Put simply, there aren’t enough social workers to cope with the number of families needing ​help.
    “So great are the case numbers that staff are firef
  • Gray report makes sickening reading and shows betrayal of public trust, says UNISON

    Gray report makes sickening reading and shows betrayal of public trust, says UNISON
    Responding to the findings of the Sue Gray report into Downing Street parties released today (Wednesday), UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “The Prime Minister and his mates partied while NHS and public sector staff put their lives on the line to keep the country going. They’ll rightly be sickened by Sue Gray’s findings.
    “People obeyed the rules and expected others would do the same to stop the virus. The Prime Minister and his team betrayed the nation&rsquo
  • UNISON vows to keep up the pressure on cost of living crisis

    UNISON vows to keep up the pressure on cost of living crisis
    The cost of living crisis, the 18 June TUC-organised demonstration in response to it and the continuing ‘partygate’ shame of the Westminster government dominated discussions at UNISON’s NEC today.
    Taking place on the day Sue Gray’s report was published, NEC members repeatedly highlighted the contrast between the sacrifices and dedication of public service workers and the disgraceful attitude and behaviour of the Conservative government.
    But it was the ongoing cost of livi
  • UNISON and Labour highlight the importance of school support staff

    UNISON and Labour highlight the importance of school support staff
    UNISON and the shadow education secretary, Bridget Phillipson, have today released a joint statement at the union’s school support staff seminar.
    The statement highlights the vital role that school support staff have played during the pandemic, the woeful response of the government to the cost of living crisis, and reinforced UNISON and Labour’s belief that school support staff need to be ‘front and centre of the future school system’.
    Ms Phillipson, who gave the key-note
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  • Put NHS pay right to stop NHS staff quitting amid cost-of-living ‘apocalypse’, says UNISON

    Put NHS pay right to stop NHS staff quitting amid cost-of-living ‘apocalypse’, says UNISON
    UNISON has today (Wednesday) written to Sajid Javid urging significant action on pay to stop the exodus of health service staff as they face ‘a cost-of-living apocalypse’.
    The union warns that the NHS workforce is in crisis and the consequence of more employees quitting will be “longer ambulance queues outside hospitals, ever-increasing waiting lists and people who are in desperate need of treatment getting sicker”.
    This worsening scenario is
  • Blog: It’s time to put NHS pay right

    Blog: It’s time to put NHS pay right
    If you’re a UNISON member working in the NHS in England, or someone who cares about the future of our NHS, then get ready to take action to put NHS pay right.
    On 25 May, our NHS day of action, join tens of thousands of people who have already signed our letter to NHS leaders and ministers.
    Sign the petition
    Together, we are calling for a proper NHS pay rise that beats inflation, makes good on decades of pay cuts and makes sure hardworking, dedicated, but exhausted staff, aren’t force
  • Show your solidarity with Colombian activists

    Show your solidarity with Colombian activists
    Colombians will go to the polls on Sunday 29 May in an historic chance for a broad left/centre-left coalition to wine power in the country.
    After emerging as the largest bloc in the congressional elections in March, the coalition, called ‘the Historic Pact’ and led by presidential candidate Gustavo Petro, has held a consistent lead in opinion polls in the run-up to the election.
    Colombia has long been the most dangerous country in the world to be a trade unionist.
    At the end of last
  • Government must show commitment to social worker reform, says UNISON

    Government must show commitment to social worker reform, says UNISON
    Responding to recommendations from the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care published today (Monday), UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “Heavy caseloads have left many social workers facing burnout. They’re forced to firefight instead of spending quality time improving children’s lives.
    “Suggested reforms in this review could make all the difference and will be welcomed by many social work staff. 
    “Strengthening family support t
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  • Here to stay?

    Here to stay?
    EditorialThere’s been enough time since Austerity started in 2010 to note some long-term results in the sector. Suffolk Libraries celebrates ten years as a Library Trust this year. It seems to be going well and certainly most of what I see from that service is good and positive. The other library trusts – notably York Explore and Libraries Unlimited (Devon) – also seem to be doing well. Leisure trusts have had a more mixed picture, with Falkirk, Northamptonshire, Peterborough a
  • Government should focus on cost-of-living crisis rather than attacking unions

    Government should focus on cost-of-living crisis rather than attacking unions
    Responding to comments by transport secretary Grant Shapps indicating the government wants to make it harder for workers to strike, UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said today (Sunday):
    “For ministers to be focusing on undermining the fundamental rights of workers rather than tackling the cost of living crisis speaks volumes. They’re only interested in finding scapegoats for their own economic failures.
    “The right to strike is a vital line of defence to prote
  • Government plan to provide early years education on the cheap will hit children and staff

    Government plan to provide early years education on the cheap will hit children and staff
    Government plan to provide early years education on the cheap will hit children and staff, warns UNISON
    Responding to an Early Years Alliance survey issued today (Friday) showing strong opposition to a government proposal to increase the number of children nursery staff can care for, UNISON head of education Mike Short said:
    “This proposal offers no benefit to children or staff.
    “Short-sighted ministers are gambling with children’s development, life chances and safety. Dem
  • Ministers must do much more to support the hard-up as inflation hits another high, says UNISON

    Ministers must do much more to support the hard-up as inflation hits another high, says UNISON
    Responding to the release of the latest inflation figures today (Wednesday), UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “For millions of low-paid workers, the struggle gets worse with every passing month. With prices surging and wages slumping, many households don’t have enough cash to cover the basics.
    “Ministers can’t continue to sit on the sidelines and do nothing. Hard-up families on stretched budgets need emergency support. Boosting
  • Rising NHS staff exits require urgent government action, says UNISON

    Rising NHS staff exits require urgent government action, says UNISON
    Commenting on new figures from the Nursing and Midwifery Council ​published today (Wednesday) that show a rise in the number of people leaving the professional register, UNISON head of health Sara Gorton said:
    “With more than 500 nurses and midwives leaving every week, there’s no room for government complacency.
    “The pandemic has left deep scars on staff, many of whom are no longer willing to put up with the constant pressure or the lack of value put on their incredi
  • UNISON fights to protect rights of workers with long COVID

    UNISON fights to protect rights of workers with long COVID
    UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea has written a strongly worded letter to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) accusing it of misrepresenting the Equality Act 2010 when it comes to workers with long COVID and their rights as disabled people.
    Almost 5% of the UK workforce are struggling with long COVID. UNISON’s legal advice is clear that the Equality Act 2010 means that anyone with a long-term physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial impact on their day-to-
  • UNISON condemns killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

    UNISON condemns killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
    UNISON joins the trade union movement around the world in condemning the killing of the respected journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed by the Israeli military whilst reporting on a raid in Jenin, in the occupied West Bank.
    We send our solidarity and deepest condolences to her family, friends, colleagues and all those who mourn her tragic loss. Our thoughts are also with Ali Al-Samudi as he recovers from being shot in the back while covering the same event.
    We are shocked and outraged by
  • Sandwell leisure workers celebrate pay victory after latest strike

    Sandwell leisure workers celebrate pay victory after latest strike
    Leisure workers in Sandwell are celebrating a victory this week, after their employer, the Sandwell Leisure Trust, announced that it will return the workers to national pay, terms and conditions.
    The board of the trust announced the decision on Friday. It reverses the fire and rehire of staff that took place back in March 2021.
    UNISON has been in dispute with the trust for 20 months over the fire and rehire policy. This involved ongoing negotiations with the employer, taking strike action, direc
  • Choosing the correct future

    Choosing the correct future
    EditorialI was listening to a podcast while walking the Schnausers this morning on the history of libraries. What do you mean, you already knew I was a library nerd? Anyway, a few good points stuck out from it. One was that a public library without books becomesa council community centre or social work building, and not a library. And, another related point, was that printed books appear to be here to stay despite repeated predictions to the contrary – remember the extinction timeline that
  • Threat of strike action at health sites across Lancashire, says UNISON 

    Threat of strike action at health sites across Lancashire, says UNISON 
    Health workers ​employed by a private firm in Lancashire are ​voting over whether to take strike action to win the same pay and holiday rates as NHS colleagues, says UNISON today (Friday).
    The 50 ​employees, including porters, caterers and cleaners, work for healthcare facilities firm OCS at eight ​NHS sites across the county​. ​
    ​The dispute has been running for some time, says UNISON. A year ago, OCS workers at hospitals,
  • Blog: The UK government must invest properly in our nurses

    Blog: The UK government must invest properly in our nurses
    UNISON is supporting the theme of Investing in Nursing for this year’s International Nurse’s Day, by demanding change in the UK.
    I’m proud to lead a union with a strong history in nursing. We have so many inspiring nurse members who supported their patients and communities through the pandemic.
    It was May Parsons, a UNISON nurse, who delivered the first COVID vaccination in the world outside of clinical trials, paving the way for the mass programme which has saved millions of l
  • Government has run out of ideas to tackle cost of living crisis, says UNISON  

    Government has run out of ideas to tackle cost of living crisis, says UNISON  
    Responding to the government’s agenda as set out in the Queen’s Speech today (Tuesday), UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “This is a government that’s run out of ideas. Thirty-eight laws proposed but there are no answers to the biggest cost of living crisis in recent times.
    “Ministers haven’t grasped the seriousness of the situation. Families are being forced into debt and are going hungry.
    “Nothing announced today will make a shr
  • Sandwell leisure workers strike to open new pay battle

    Sandwell leisure workers strike to open new pay battle
    UNISON members in the West Midlands are taking strike action today in support of a 10% pay claim or a return to national local government NJC pay.
    Joined by members of GMB and Unite, this new dispute follows the fire and rehire of all 280 staff at Sandwell Leisure Trust to remove them from national pay terms in March 2021.
    In February this year, Sandwell metropolitan borough council announced that it was terminating the contract with the trust to run nine leisure centres across Sandwell, and loo
  • TUC demo: Seven bonus reasons to get off the sofa and go

    TUC demo: Seven bonus reasons to get off the sofa and go
    Doing the right thing doesn’t have to be angst-ridden. You can argue for a change in how the government copes with the cost of living crisis and have some fun with your friends and family.
    You can demand better and have a good time too.Take in the sights. Let’s face it, all the marches through the centres of the UK’s great capitals have some great views. Closed off roads at the start of summer, doing some sightseeing, what’s not to like?And for those going on the London m
  • TUC demo: Seven bonus reasons to enjoy a day out in London

    TUC demo: Seven bonus reasons to enjoy a day out in London
    Doing the right thing doesn’t have to be angst-ridden. You can argue for a change in how the government copes with the cost of living crisis and have some fun with your friends and family.
    You can demand better and have a good time too.Take in the sights. Let’s face it, all the marches through the centres of the UK’s great capitals have some great views. Closed off roads at the start of summer, doing some sightseeing, what’s not to like?And for those going on the London m
  • Blog: Why attacks on legal abortion are a trade union matter

    Blog: Why attacks on legal abortion are a trade union matter
    On 2 October last year, UNISON was proud to stand in solidarity with the thousands who marched in cities across the UK, and in other parts, of the world to protest against new limits on abortions in Texas.
    Now it seems the US supreme court has voted to overturn Roe v Wade – a momentous ruling that will result in abortion becoming immediately illegal in an estimated 26 states when it is officially issued.
    This latest development is one of many attacks by governments on a woman’s
  • Blog: No surprise at a Queen’s Speech that delivered nothing

    Blog: No surprise at a Queen’s Speech that delivered nothing
    In last week’s local elections, the Tories took a hammering at the ballot box. Losing nearly 500 council seats is anything but a ringing endorsement of the party in power, and losing flagship councils in the capital is a bad look for a former London mayor.
    At UNISON, it was just as we expected, because we know our members’ biggest concern – just like many voters across the UK – is the cost of living crisis.
    It’s a crisis that deepens with every day the Tories remain
  • Blog: Get set for a Queen’s Speech that delivers nothing

    Blog: Get set for a Queen’s Speech that delivers nothing
    In last week’s local elections, the Tories took a hammering at the ballot box. Losing nearly 500 council seats is anything but a ringing endorsement of the party in power, and losing flagship councils in the capital is a bad look for a former London mayor.
    At UNISON, it was just as we expected, because we know our members’ biggest concern – just like many voters across the UK – is the cost of living crisis.
    It’s a crisis that deepens with every day the Tories remain
  • ‘Working people cannot afford 12 more years of decline’

    ‘Working people cannot afford 12 more years of decline’
    Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner has declared that only Labour can help working people out of the cost of living crisis and that the response by the Conservatives has been “nothing short of insulting”.
    Writing exclusively in the next issue of U, UNISON’s member magazine, Ms Rayner says: “The Conservatives are out of touch, out of ideas and out of excuses. People across Britain are worried about being able to pay their bills as prices spiral, and the Tories have no answe
  • Local elections

    Local elections
    EditorialLocal elections have resulted in a several changes of control, with perhaps the most significant one for libraries being in Barnet, which has experienced a lot of cuts over the years, has changed from Conservative to Labour. It will be interesting to see if this results on any changed to libraries. Pulling back to see the bigger picture, the results suggest that the Conservatives are increasingly vulnerable, making possible a Labour (and thus higher spending on public services) governme
  • Restore free testing in schools or risk SATs disruption, warns UNISON

    Restore free testing in schools or risk SATs disruption, warns UNISON
    National testing in English primary schools this year could be severely affected because of Covid absences, according to concerns raised in a UNISON survey released today (Friday).
    More than seven in ten (74%) teaching assistants and learning support staff say pupils are facing more disruption to their education than usual because school employees and children have recently been off sick with Covid.
    Additionally, 92% fear this could affect SATs (Standard Assessment Tests
  • UNISON police staff members vote to accept pay offer

    UNISON police staff members vote to accept pay offer
    UNISON police staff members in England and Wales have voted by a margin of nearly two to one to accept the Police Staff Council employers’ pay offer for 1 September 2021 to 31 August to 2023.
    The total membership of 30,249 was balloted, with a turnout of 47.2%. Of those who voted, 64% (9,085) voted to accept, with 36% (5,195) opposing.
    UNISON’s police staff committee for England and Wales met on 4 May to consider the result and voted unanimously to accept the pay offer.
    This was the
  • Blog: Legal abortion under attack – why this is a trade union matter

    Blog: Legal abortion under attack – why this is a trade union matter
    A leaked draft opinion from the US supreme court suggests that women in the United States could soon see their access to abortion severely limited.
     
    Anne McVicker, Chair of National Women’s Committee and Liz Wheatley, Chair of International committee explain why this matters to UNISON.
     
    On 2nd October last year, UNISON was proud to stand in solidarity with the thousands who marched in cities across the UK, and in other parts, of the World to protest against new limits on aborti
  • Government must bring back COVID funding to safeguard ‘lives and livelihoods’, says UNISON       

    Government must bring back COVID funding to safeguard ‘lives and livelihoods’, says UNISON        
    UNISON and the Care Provider Alliance (CPA) have written jointly to Sajid Javid urging him to reinstate Covid funding for social care.
    The letter to the health and social care secretary says the government’s decision to end the adult social care covid infection control fund (ICF) – at a time when virus rates are still high – is an ‘incredibly dangerous move’ that will ‘cost lives’.
    Introduced in May 2020, the £1.75bn&n
  • Government must bring back Covid funding to safeguard ‘lives and livelihoods’, say UNISON and the Care Provider Alliance          

    Government must bring back Covid funding to safeguard ‘lives and livelihoods’, say UNISON and the Care Provider Alliance           
    UNISON and the Care Provider Alliance (CPA) have written jointly to Sajid Javid urging him to reinstate Covid funding for social care.
    The letter to the health and social care secretary says the government’s decision to end the adult social care covid infection control fund (ICF) – at a time when virus rates are still high – is an ‘incredibly dangerous move’ that will ‘cost lives’.
    Introduced in May 2020, the £1.75bn&n
  • Blog: Use Thursday to hit the Tories in the ballot box

    Blog: Use Thursday to hit the Tories in the ballot box
    Political leaders of all parties will be watching nervously to see how well their candidates do in this week’s local elections.
    Results often show how happy or unhappy people are with their local politicians and the local services they’re getting. But it’s also a big reflection on how satisfied voters are with national party leaders.
    For Boris Johnson, this Thursday will be a referendum on his time in office as prime minister and could trigger a leadership challenge.
    Repor
  • Under the election radar

    Under the election radar
    EditorialI’ve not heard the word “hollowed out” for a while and it’s a bit depressing to read it again. There’s an article in the Guardian on the subject, including the downright terrifying statistic that there has been a ” 52% reduction in the number of library visits per person between 2009/10 and 2019/20″.Terrifying because I suspect it is true. I’m not so sure about the statistic quoted that a third of all libraries have closed since 2009/10, t
  • Blog: Let’s remember those who have died because of their work

    Blog: Let’s remember those who have died because of their work
    Today, on International Workers’ Memorial Day (IWMD), UNISON and the whole trade union movement will lead the way in showing respect for all those who have sadly lost their lives while working.
    During a minute’s silence at 11am, we will also think of their families and friends, so deeply affected by their tragic loss.
    Most work-related accidents and diseases can be avoided, but only if employers make health and safety a top priority. Statistics suggest that, on average, 135 workers d
  • Health conference takes on a packed final morning

    Health conference takes on a packed final morning
    On the final morning of UNISON’s national health conference, delegates in Liverpool began by observing a minute’s silence for International Workers’ Memorial Day, remembering those who have died as a result of their work, and re-dedicating themselves to the fight for improved health and safety.
    Proposing a motion on the international recruitment and support for migrant healthcare workers, on behalf of the nursing and midwifery occupational group, Gamu Nyasoro described how she
  • Ministers must adopt Migration Advisory Committee recommendations to beef-up care staff numbers, says UNISON

    Ministers must adopt Migration Advisory Committee recommendations to beef-up care staff numbers, says UNISON
    Responding to recommendations from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) today (Wednesday) that social care workers should be paid more, UNISON head of social care Gavin Edwards said:
    “The main cause of the care staffing crisis is obvious. Wages are too low to attract and keep workers. Care employers are losing people in droves to warehouses, supermarkets and online retailers able to pay significantly more for less stressful work. It’s no wonder there are shortages.
    “Mini
  • High Court rules that government orders to discharge untested Covid patients was illegal, says UNISON

    High Court rules that government orders to discharge untested Covid patients was illegal, says UNISON
    Commenting on the High Court judgment today (Wednesday) that the discharging of untested Covid patients into care homes was illegal, UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “The government promised to put a protective ring around care homes. But ministers’ actions in the early days of the pandemic meant the exact opposite.
    “Covid spread like wildfire as untested but positive patients were discharged from hospitals. Thousands of elderly people died well before
  • High Court rules that government orders to discharge untested Covid patients into care homes was illegal, says UNISON

    High Court rules that government orders to discharge untested Covid patients into care homes was illegal, says UNISON
    Commenting on the High Court judgment today (Wednesday) that the discharging of untested Covid patients into care homes was illegal, UNISON general secretary Christina McAnea said:
    “The government promised to put a protective ring around care homes. But ministers’ actions in the early days of the pandemic meant the exact opposite.
    “Covid spread like wildfire as untested but positive patients were discharged from hospitals. Thousands of elderly people died well before
  • Staff with long Covid will feel forced out of the health service if managers don’t treat them fairly, warns UNISON

    Staff with long Covid will feel forced out of the health service if managers don’t treat them fairly, warns UNISON
    NHS staff suffering with long Covid symptoms are returning to work early because they’re afraid of losing their jobs, according to a UNISON survey published today (Wednesday).
    Anxiety, fear and ‘shockingly bad’ treatment from managers are among the reasons staff gave for returning to work before they felt well enough, says the union.
    The research, published during the union’s annual health conference in Liverpool, gives a snapshot of the challenges frontline staff with lo
  • Ambulance uniforms not fit for purpose and may put staff at risk, says UNISON 

    Ambulance uniforms not fit for purpose and may put staff at risk, says UNISON 
    Some ambulance staff are having to deal with emergencies while wearing uniforms that don’t fit properly and aren’t always visible to other drivers, according to a UNISON survey published today (Wednesday).
    The findings are based on responses from more than 1,000 ambulance workers including paramedics and call centre staff working for ambulance services across the UK.
    A motion debated at UNISON’s annual health conference in Liverpool highlights how uniforms provided to emergency
  • Pay tops the agenda at health conference

    Pay tops the agenda at health conference
    The focus of health conference turned to pay on Tuesday afternoon, starting with a presentation on the current NHS pay round from Sara Gorton (pictured), UNISON’s national secretary for health, and Helga Pile, senior national officer for health.
    After setting out the differing context of the 2022/23 pay round in each of the four nations of the UK, they laid out the six core elements of the health service group’s pay strategy for the round:put pay right – an inflation-busting pa
  • Delegates back a range of motions on mileage and other rates

    Delegates back a range of motions on mileage and other rates
    For some NHS workers, using a car for their work isn’t a choice. But with the cost of living crisis – including the rise in fuel prices – increasing numbers cannot afford to do that and some are even having to “pay to come to work, or stay at home and call in sick”.
    That is the shocking reality for some NHS staff described by Susan Highton, as she moved a motion for the Yorkshire and Humberside region at UNISON’s health conference this afternoon.
    Community and
  • UNISON demands school meals workers are brought in-house

    UNISON demands school meals workers are brought in-house
    UNISON has launched a public petition this week, calling for school meals workers to be brought in-house at every school.
    The petition states: “Bringing school meal provision in-house is a win-win for children and workers.”
    School meals workers are every bit as dedicated to the wellbeing and success of pupils – but they typically face cuts to hours, lower pay and minimal or no sick pay. 
    In January 2022, UNISON found that low sick pay left school meal workers unable to sel
  • Have your say on how Social Work England regulates social workers

    Have your say on how Social Work England regulates social workers
    The Department for Education (DfE) is consulting on legislative changes to how Social Work England (SWE) operates as the professional regulator for social workers in England.The consultation document is here: Changes to Social WorkEngland’s regulatory framework – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).
    UNISON was not engaged in developing these legislative changes, and feels that key issues relating to social worker fitness to practice have not been properly considered.The union encourages social
  • Next week – let’s find our voice through the ballot box

    Next week – let’s find our voice through the ballot box
    In just one week, on Thursday 5 May, UNISON members across the UK will get a chance to cast their votes in elections.
    Most of the council seats up for election were last contested in 2018. The political landscape of the UK has clearly undergone huge changes in the past four years.
    From parliamentary gridlock around Brexit to the 2019 general election Tory landslide, from the pandemic to the cost of living crisis, it’s now a different and more challenging world for UNISON members.
    Clearly m
  • Health debates turn to equalities

    Health debates turn to equalities
    A busy afternoon for health delegates debating in Liverpool yesterday saw them debate a number of motions covering equality issues.
    Domestic violence
    Motion 23, submitted by the national women’s committee, urged conference to address domestic violence as a workplace issue. The mover of the motion, Cheryl Perit, opened by telling delegates: “Too many women live in fear of violence.”
    Ms Perit added: “Home and work issues cannot always be neatly separated. Violence can frequ
  • ‘This is genocide,’ Ukrainian union leader tells health conference

    ‘This is genocide,’ Ukrainian union leader tells health conference
    UNISON’s health conference rose as one this morning to applaud Iryna Shvets, the deputy leader of the Health Workers’ Union of Ukraine (HWUU), and the people of that nation.
    Addressing delegates virtually, Ms Shvets, whose union organises 600,000 doctors, nurses and health support workers, in all regions of Ukraine and in more than 90% of health care facilities, said that she would like to have talked “about peaceful health care matters”.
    However, for the past two months,
  • UNISON must be ‘proactive’ in greening the NHS, delegates agree

    UNISON must be ‘proactive’ in greening the NHS, delegates agree
    The opening afternoon of UNISON’s health conference in Liverpool saw delegates debate a series of motions on the environment and the need for a greener NHS, with a collective sense of urgency and, as Karen Buckley from Greater Manchester mental health branch put it: “An absolute duty to the planet and our children and grandchildren to save the planet and reverse the damage.”
    Moving the motion, Tam Hiddleston for the executive said that: “We in UNISON need to be proactive&

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