UNISON demands extra government funding to save universities from crisis

‘A world without universities would be tragic. I just can’t comprehend it’

How to be a good lockdown neighbour

With everyone spending more time in their homes because of lockdown, the work of staff at housing associations is even more important

Three UNISON nurses stranded in the Philippines

Three stranded UNISON members are desperate to return to the UK to help their colleagues fight the pandemic

The Birth of the NHS

A new book offers a powerful family perspective on the revolutionary introduction of a national health service. Reviewed by Amanda Kendal.

A passion for caring

Trainee nursing associate Carley Kane is hoping to qualify soon – and already has big plans for encouraging the ‘nursing family’ of tomorrow

Shining a light on ‘The Lady with the Lamp’

Celebrating the life and work of Florence Nightingale, on the 200th anniversary of her birth

Settling the nerves

UNISON reps are being trained to help EU members through the minefield of settled status

‘He spoke to me as a human being, not as a scally off the estate’

Angela Rayner tells Demetrios Matheou about her journey from care worker to UNISON activist to a Labour MP who’s hoping to become her party’s deputy leader

Menopause is a work issue

As the union of over a million women, and with nearly 8 out of 10 menopausal women in work, UNISON is raising awareness and understanding of the menopause

The UNISON member rebelling against extinction

Amanda King was arrested in London in October while protesting peacefully against inaction on climate change