Wes Streeting MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, speaking to a nurse while visiting the Cambridge Practice in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK. Photo©Steve Forrest/Workers’ Photos

Wes Streeting: The man who can

The shadow health and social care secretary has one of the most daunting tasks should Labour gain power in Westminster. Who is he, and how will he fix such huge issues?

Dreams can come true

Five people deeply connected to the care sector explain what it’s like now – and what a national care service would mean for them

‘Work will finally pay’

Shadow secretary for Wales Jo Stevens on what public sector workers could expect from a Labour victory at the general election

Wes Streeting supports a national care service

The shadow secretary of state for health and social care discusses why a national care service is so important to any future Labour government

How to become active in UNISON

Our animated film charts how a public service worker can develop and progress as a trade union activist within UNISON

Trade unions and Labour: ‘two sides of the same coin’

Liz Twist is a former head of health for UNISON’s Northern region, turned member of parliament, who now chairs the union’s group of Labour MPs

Papering over cracks – the truth about social housing

Housing is going to be a major issue at this year’s general election. One UNISON housing activist explains the sector, and why he and his colleagues are being brought back in-house

Employment law: improving work-life balance

UNISON’s legal team explores several new and amended regulations that seek to improve family life for employees

Who wins? You decide

What’s a service group and why are they so important to the union?

UNISON national secretary Sara Gorton explains why this year’s service group elections are so critical

Book review – Burnout

How can activists overcome burnout? Hannah Proctor looks to history for answers