Minister faces public challenge

For immediate release: Saturday 4 November 2017 Barry today (Saturday), hosted its biggest political rally in a decade as public services union, UNISON, brought hundreds of people to the constituency seat of the Secretary of State for Wales. King’s Square was awash with colour, placards, banners and flags as families crowded to hear public services […]

Alun Cairns failing to represent Wales’ interests

  Hundreds of public service workers and their families from across Wales will descend on Barry this Saturday (4 November), for a rally and march in the constituency seat of Secretary of State for Wales, Alun Cairns MP. The protest, organised by UNISON, will accuse the minster of not standing up for the people of […]

Conwy demonstration for public services – Monday 6 September

CALLING NOTICE UNISON Cymru Wales has called a #SaveOurServices rally in the constituency seat of Guto Bebb, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Wales, on Monday 6 November, assembling at 12pm Lancaster Square, Conwy. Hundreds of public service workers will gather to hear Margaret Thomas UNISON regional secretary argue Guto Bebb is not standing up […]

Mass rally in Barry – Saturday 4 November

CALLING NOTICE MASS RALLY IN BARRY – SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER UNISON Cymru Wales has called an all-Wales #SaveOurServices rally in the constituency seat of the Secretary of State for Wales, Alun Cairns, on Saturday 4 November, assembling at 12pm King’s Square, Barry. Hundreds of people are expected for a loud and colourful demonstration. Confirmed speakers […]

Save our services lobby of Welsh government

Public service workers from across the country gather at the Senedd tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12pm to tell politicians that local public services will disappear completely without a serious injection of cash from the Welsh government.   UNISON’s mass lobby comes ahead of Welsh Government’s announcement of its draft 2018-19 budget proposals later in the afternoon. […]

Basic pay fallen 20 per cent in local government

  Local government employers accept the wages they pay their staff are too low, according to the public services union, UNISON. The Joint Council for Wales, the body which brings together Welsh council employers and trades unions, has revealed seven years of pay freezes or below-inflation pay awards driven by the UK government have reduced […]

‘Budget fails to protect local services’, says UNISON

UNISON has today criticised the Welsh government’s budget for local authority spending as wholly inadequate. The trade union has warned thousands of jobs will be lost and local public services will be reduced or disappear completely because councils are under severe financial pressure. UNISON also blasted Welsh government’s failure to fund the implement of the […]