Have you watched your local public services disappear?

Have you watched your local public services disappear and wondered how this represents progress? It might be that the library is cutting back on its opening hours; or the household waste centre has shut and so has the youth club or there’s no money to refurbish the local sports centre. Neighbours who find it difficult […]

Final push to improve budget

  UNISON will today (30 November), present its petition, to a Welsh Assembly Petitions Committee, calling for fair funding of local government. The union has collected signatures from council workers across the length and breadth Wales to pressurise the Welsh Government, as it finalises its budget today, to give the country the public services it […]

Give Wales the public services it deserves

Public service workers from across the country gather at the Senedd today at 12.30pm to tell politicians that local services are under such severe strain their future is threatened. Members of UNISON will make the case for fair funding for Wales and investment in the quality public services our communities deserve. The union’s mass lobby […]

UNISON response to Health Foundation report

Commenting on today’s (13 October), report from the Health Foundation, Donna Hutton, UNISON’s head of health, said, “The notice that the NHS in Wales could be saved from financial ruin by penalising the earnings of nurses, medical secretaries, porters and others, is not welcome. They work as hard as they can to provide the best […]

Fair funding for Wales mass Senedd lobby

Campaigning public services union, UNISON has called a mass demonstration at the Senedd on Tuesday 18 October 2016 at 12.30pm to coincide with the Welsh Government’s announcement of its draft budget proposals later that afternoon.  UNISON activists from branches across Wales will descend on Cardiff Bay to lobby Assembly Members for fairer funding for Wales. […]