Author Archives: unisonbh

March for Moulsecoomb Primary!

The Department for Education has imposed a forced Academisation Order on Moulsecoomb Primary, a much loved local authority community school. Parents, staff, ex-pupils, trade unions, the council, local MPs and the wider community are united in fighting to keep the … Continue reading

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Hands Off Moulsecoomb Primary School!

PUBLIC MEETING – OPEN TO ALL TUESDAY 18TH JUNE 6-7.30PM MOULSECOOMB PRIMARY SCHOOL Following an “Inadequate” Ofsted rating Moulsecoomb Primary School faces being forced to join a multi-academy trust. This decision by the Department for Education is opposed by Brighton … Continue reading

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Your voice, your vote

It’s time to choose who speaks for you on UNISON’s national executive council. You’re hard at work keeping our vital public services running, and leading busy lives with your family and friends. So now’s your chance to elect the people … Continue reading

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Brighton General campaign speaker at branch AGM

Madeleine Dickens of Sussex Defend NHS will be speaking at our branch AGM on Wednesday (20th March) about the campaign to ensure the land at Brighton General Hospital is kept for community use. Read more about it here. All branch … Continue reading

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Bust the winter blues at our branch social!

  Use this link to book your tickets – branch members only please https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brighton-hove-unison-tickets-56182094156

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School staff to be consulted over action on budget cuts

Support staff in Brighton & Hove’s schools are being asked to have their say in a national consultative ballot on school budget cuts. “We want to know what you think, and what you are prepared to do, to help us … Continue reading

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International Solidarity needed

From Eric Lee of LabourStart. Just a few days ago I wrote to ask for your support in the struggle against Hungary’s new “slave law.”  Our campaign, launched at the request of the Hungarian Trade Union Confederation, called on the … Continue reading

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