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St Ann's Hospital

St Ann's Road

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N15 3TH

 

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Welcome to our branch website. UNISON represents 2000 staff in the trusts, including nurses, health care assistants, porters, student nurses, ancillary staff.

 

We negotiate for better pay and conditions help individuals in trouble and campaign for a safer, fairer society.

UNISON is Britain's biggest union representing almost 1.3 million people across the UK's public service.

BRANCH AGM

 

Friday 8th March 2019

12.00 noon

Lecture Theatre

St Ann’s Hospital

Friday 8th March 2019

12 Noon Lecture Theatre St Ann's Hospital

All members welcome

Free Raffle on Entry to attendees

(£20 Voucher)

Food provided for attendees

 

Spare the country the calamity of a ‘no-deal’, says UNISON

A ‘no-deal’ Brexit must be avoided at all costs

Extend article 50 and avoid no-deal Brexit catastrophe

At a time when the far right is on the rise and politicians are viewed with disillusionment and cynicism, it’s vital that the best possible remaining options be pursued, and quickly. There has to be a way to spare the pain of a no-deal catastrophe.

Black members debate how to tackle knife crime

On the final morning of UNISON’s Black member’s conference, delegates opened with an emotional debate on the tragic toll of knife crime and how to combat the problem. Paulette Whyte for the national Black members’ committee reported that police had recorded over 39,000 knife offences for the year to the end of June 2018 – […]

Former vice president issues inspiring call to action

Carol Sewell urges Black members to be the ‘best they can be’ in UNISON

Windrush ‘nightmare’ won’t end until ‘hostile environment’ does

Black members share stories of individuals and families whose lives have been affected by the scandal

President thanks Black members for all their work

Gordon McKay uses speech to damn a government working to ‘undermine and punish working people’

Black workers are vital to the future of our public services, says UNISON general secretary

Speaking at UNISON’s annual Black Members Conference today (Friday) in Llandudno, general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Last the NHS celebrated its 70th anniversary, yet the descendants of those that came from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to help build it are still facing barriers.

Blog: Just as we took on Enoch Powell and his rivers of blood, we will fight today’s hate-mongers

It’s a difficult and worrying time for anyone who cares about the equality and fights injustice. Sometimes battling against bigotry, racism and xenophobia can feel like an impossible task. But I know that this is a fight we can and will win.

Prentis says ‘no-deal Brexit’ would be disastrous for workers

General secretary tells Black members’ conference that UNISON is vital in the fight against an ‘incompetent and malicious’ government

UNISON – standing together to fight racism and xenophobia

Black members’ conference is united around the need to work together to injustice and bigotry

 

 

 

 

 
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