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Both UNISON and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) recently launched their manifestos. They will be used to challenge all political parties, highlighting the huge challenges facing public services because of the current government’s austerity measures. With less than a year to go to the general election, they set out …

9th October 2014Read More »
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West Sussex County Council delivers 80% of local government services to residents in our county, and thousands of the staff who provide them are UNISON …

9th October 2014Read More »
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Take strike action yourself but also remember to encourage your colleagues to do the same and not to cross picket lines. If you have colleagues who aren’t yet members of UNISON, encourage them to join, so they can be with us on 14 October. Join our picket lines! Come along and support …

9th October 2014Read More »
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UNISON has been balloting its members working in Academies over the summer and during September and the results are now available. Due to the complexity …

6th October 2014Read More »
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Why we’re striking Across the country almost half a million of our jobs have gone. We’ve witnessed savage cuts to vital services. Those of us …

5th October 2014Read More »
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Don’t let the fear of loss of pay or pension stop you from joining in UNISON’s industrial action on October 14! Due to financial pressures, we understand that for some members taking industrial action is a really difficult decision. To help you, the West Sussex Branch Committee has agreed to …

5th October 2014Read More »
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October 14 is the next day of action on NJC Pay for local government workers. Your Branch is calling on all members to adhere by …

29th September 2014Read More »
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Following the shock decision to privatise West Sussex NHS musculoskeletal services and hand them over to BUPA, campaign group 38 Degrees, working in collaboration with …

28th September 2014Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex members may be interested in this event on: Thursday 16th October, 6.30pm, at the University of Brighton. Entrance is free.

28th September 2014Read More »
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Despite the well-supported strike on July 10, the Local Government Association (LGA) Employers have so far refused to reconsider their pay offer. The Employers and …

21st September 2014Read More »
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