"If Arriva cannot be trusted to run the service why should the public have faith in any other private company?"
Global Justice Now are organising a public meeting on CETA (the Canadian equivalent of TTIP) on Monday 2 November at 6.30pm.
Cuts to tax credits will hit the incomes of thousands of working families across Cumbria, says UNISON’s Dave Prentis
The loss of income to working families because of changes to tax credits, and restrictions on the right to strike that will make it difficult for workers to take action when things go wrong at work, were the top topics of discussion when UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis met public sector workers in Penrith this week.
UNISON North West is hosting a public meeting on the environment during the week of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.