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Following Saturday’s march in protest against funding cuts to West Sussex schools, parent-led campaign group ‘Save our Schools West Sussex’ has called a public meeting in Worthing on Saturday …

3rd May 2017Read More »
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The West Sussex branch has received excellent media coverage in the last few days for its work on surveying our members on the impact of …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON schools survey reveals funding crisis hitting vulnerable children the hardest. Our schools survey asked questions which aimed to assess the impact of the deteriorating …

21st April 2017Read More »
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Ian Harvey, Branch Chair writes: West Sussex branch has nominated our Branch Secretary Dan Sartin for the National Executive Council elections.  Watch out for your …

21st April 2017Read More »
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The Government has backed down on plans to abolish Attendance Allowance (AA). Attendance Allowance is a benefit payable to people over the age of 65 who …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON works with individual unions and global union federations to defend public services and fight against austerity around the world. We also have a responsibility …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex would like to receive feedback from WSCC Children’s Services members, and also those working in Adults’ Services, regarding WSCC plans for Children’s …

18th April 2017Read More »
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Government cuts to council social care budgets are leaving vulnerable and elderly people across Britain short-changed. Watch UNISON’s new video highlighting the campaign against the indignity of care visits being limited to 15 minutes in two thirds of local authories in England and Wales. Save Care Now is a UNISON campaign …

18th April 2017Read More »
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The branch has received reports from a number of members who left schools last July but have only recently received requests to repay overpayments made …

3rd April 2017Read More »
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Teaching assistants (TAs) across the country are starting to feel the pressure of local council  savings inflicted by government funding cuts to schools. Here we …

3rd April 2017Read More »
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