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Unions’ fury as Edinburgh Council reneges on pay protection promise

Unions' fury as Edinburgh Council reneges on pay protection promise
The joint unions representing Edinburgh Council staff have condemned the Council for reneging on its promises to staff about three-year ... Read More
/ News, Pay

“You can’t cut half-a-million jobs and think services and people using them won’t suffer,”

"You can't cut half-a-million jobs and think services and people using them won't suffer,"
"You can't cut half-a-million jobs and think services and people using them won't suffer," Kisten Hey tells today's Scotsman newspaper ... Read More
/ Cuts, Uncategorized

ABM privatisation roadshows

ABM privatisation roadshows
Come and find out more about the Council's ABM privatisation programme.... Tuesday 26 October City Chambers Dunedin Room 2-4pm ... Read More
/ city's not for sale, Uncategorized

Thousands rally against cuts at Westminster

Thousands rally against cuts at Westminster
Thousands rally against cuts at Westminster Thousands of public sector workers have packed Central Hall to capacity with standing-room only ... Read More
/ Cuts, News

Demo 20 October: There is a Better Way

Demo 20 October: There is a Better Way
The Edinburgh Anti-Cuts Alliance is holding a demo on Wednesday 20 October at 5.30 at the Mound Precinct in protest ... Read More
/ News

October 23 – Tell them There is a Better Way

Better way poster
There is Better Way and UNISON is urging all members to turn out on 23 October - in Edinburgh - ... Read More
/ city's not for sale, Cuts, News

UNISON Scotland: UNISON response to Hutton report on pensions

UNISON Scotland: UNISON response to Hutton report on pensions
UNISON Scotland: UNISON response to Hutton report on pensions: "07/10/2010 Dave Prentis Dave Prentis, UNISON General Secretary, has responded to ... Read More
/ News, pensions