UNISON North West has slammed defeated Tory leadership candidate Rory Stewart MP for his part in scrapping the nursing bursary, following a huge slump in applications to nursing courses in Cumbria.
Communities in Runcorn and Widnes came together today at a series of rallies to oppose the potential privatisation of two urgent care centres.
North West branch activists and organisers recruited over 2,250 new members in May during the national Go for Growth campaign.
80 staff employed by the multinational outsourcing company Compass at the University of Salford have won their campaign to be paid at least the real living wage of £9 an hour.
Over 650 UNISON members employed by the Alternative Futures Group (AFG) begin seven days of strike action on Tuesday (7th) over cuts to their income.
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"The experience here brings into doubt the stability and fairness of the whole academy programme."