Ahead of a Senedd session on the constitutional future for Wales, UNISON Cymru/Wales and other unions delivered a statement to Jane Hutt and the counsel general calling for the devolution of youth justice and probation to wales

Cardiff not Westminster should be responsible for probation and youth justice in Wales

Unions are urging candidates in the running to replace Mark Drakeford as First Minister to continue pushing for devolution of probation and youth justice.

UNISON Cymru/Wales regional manager Simon Dunn

Rhondda care privatisation: Open letter to Welsh Government

UNISON Cymru/Wales has sent an open letter to Welsh government deputy minister for health and social care Julie Morgan.

UNISON Carmarthenshire county branch secretary Mark Evans pictured front

UNISON protesters warn Wales care home closure could spell the end for English sister site

Protesters have warned the closure of a Carmarthenshire care home could see the same happen to a sister home in England, says UNISON.

Ceredigion branch secretary Alison Boshier

Home workers face in-work poverty after council turns down allowance

Council staff working from home in Ceredigion could soon be facing in-work poverty after the local authority decided against a decent allowance

Welsh public support higher pay rise for police staff

54 per cent of the Welsh public believe the UK government was wrong to propose a pay freeze for police staff earning more than £24,000. Only 28 per cent agreed the Westminster government was right to block any pay increase. That’s the finding of a Savanta ComRes poll of 1,009 people released today. The poll […]