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Campaigners for Fresh Food at Salford Royal Await Board Decision on Plea to Halt Privatisation

Trust criticised for lack of accountability to the public


Pupils’ education suffers as academy trust cuts back on staff

One of the poorest performing academy trusts in the country has announced plans to axe teaching posts.  UNISON is concerned that cuts to teaching numbers will inevitably impact on school support staff.    

Justice for the 96

Dave Prentis' response to the announcement of the Hillsborough inquest verdict:

International Zone at Manchester May Day

On Saturday 30 April, UNISON is organising sessions on Latin America, Palestine and TTIP/CETA.


Pressure Builds on Salford Royal to Ditch Ready Meals Plan


All eyes will be on the Salford Royal Trust Board meeting on Monday morning as directors discuss the future of patient catering. 

International Workers' Memorial Day 2016

Events in Manchester


Challenging Islamophobia in the Modern Workplace and Society

Meeting for North West Trade Unionists, Manchester, Wednesday 27 April, 6pm.

Lancashire Campaigners Head to London to Call for a Fair Deal for the County’s Public Services

“We’re going down to London because that is where the source of the problem lies."


Big Prize Draw


There's still time to enter UNISON's national prize draw. 

Cuts to Catering in Halls of Residence in Manchester are Damaging and Unnecessary

Demonstration on Thursday, 12.30pm, at University Place 

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