73 years ago today Nye Bevan met with the BMA to seek doctors support for the creation of the NHS. Two years later, despite pushing against a tide of cynicism and resistance, our National Health Service was born. Today lets remind ourselves of the hard fought struggle to create our NHS and let it reinvigorate our passion and determination to defend it.
Only Chris Grayling could award a £14 million contract to a shipping company with no money, no ships, no track record, no employees, no ports, no working website, no sailing schedule and only one telephone line.
It's lunchtime on the third working day of 2019 and fat cat bosses have already been paid what typical workers will earn ALL YEAR. We're calling for action on CEO pay to reduce the gap between the country’s highest and lowest earners. #FatCatFriday📆💰😾
Hot off the press! In the last edition of UnionLine News for this year, we focus on how the Civil Liability Act will affect workers justice for personal injuries, disability pay gap reporting, Government considering re-introducing employment tribunal fees, consideration being given to the testing of video evidence, security measure in courts & tribunals and what’s coming up in 2019.
One hundred years ago today was the first General Election in British history where women could vote and stand. This victory was won by suffragettes who sacrificed so much and in Emily Wilding Davison's case, her life.