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Dave Prentis is the general secretary of UNISON.
This is not the time for cheap point scoring, it’s time to pull together, in our shared interest – our national interest – to keep people safe.
This election will be the fight of our lives – and we’ve got to give it our all.
The Good Friday Agreement is in peril.
Putting the energy retail sector in public hands would generate support for decarbonisation and deliver a better deal for consumers.
As trade unionists, trying to do the best for those you serve often means choosing between a range of imperfect scenarios.
The importance of maintaining the status quo in Northern Ireland isn't an afterthought but a necessity, says Dave Prentis.
The Prime Minister needs both to listen and to act, says Unison general secretary Dave Prentis.
Instead of making life easier for the millions of households who rely on social security, the new welfare system is driving people into debt.
The failure to act is denying the party the moral high ground from which to oppose all forms of racial hatred and oppression.
UNISON members must now decide whether the plan meets their needs and those of the health service.