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Paul Windsor is a Child Protection Advisor in the council’s Children’s Safeguarding Unit who supports the UNISON West Sussex branch in his role as LGBT …

8th August 2017Read More »
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Hundreds of thousands of UNISON members choose to pay into the Affiliated Political Fund (APF, or ‘Labour Link’). This means these members have a say in Labour Party elections. The APF is the part of the union which interfaces with the Labour Party and takes UNISON’s agenda to it. This year there …

8th August 2017Read More »
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WASPI (Women Against State Pension Inequality) is an apolitical campaign group that fights for justice for women born in the 1950s affected by the changes to state …

8th August 2017Read More »
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West Sussex County Council (WSCC) issued a draft parking policy for consultation over the period Wednesday 12th – Wednesday 26th July. UNISON has responded to …

27th July 2017Read More »
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Fees for workers bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants. This …

26th July 2017Read More »
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Last year nearly 5,000 members took part in UNISON’s Equality Survey – one of the biggest responses to any survey ever run by UNISON. The results were …

26th July 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is pleased to report that the branch has come ‘number 1‘ in a regional South East UNISON branch health check index. This …

26th July 2017Read More »
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The Chief Executive of WSCC has issued a draft parking policy for consultation over the period Wednesday 12th – Wednesday 26th July. This policy if …

13th July 2017Read More »
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The UNISON West Sussex branch notes the issuance of the all staff email by the Chief Executive on 28th June. It refers extensively to an …

5th July 2017Read More »
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The Summer 2017 edition of Branch Lines is now available for you to download. Printed copies have already been distributed around County Council offices, schools, academies, …

22nd June 2017Read More »
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