Tomorrow is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT), a time to highlight the injustices and bigotry faced by LGBT people across the world and to celebrate the diversity in our society.
Labour MP Peter Kyle will table a special debate in Parliament tomorrow to honour the day.
Unite are committed to ensuring justice and fair treatment for everyone at work and in the community. Read about equalities on the Unite the Union website. Continue reading “International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia – 17 May”
Join Unite for this year’s May Day celebrations on Saturday 4 May in Edinburgh. It promises to be a great day out with music, fun and speeches.
We will assemble at the top end of Johnston Terrace for 11:30am, marching down the Royal Mile for a rally at 12 noon.
We hope to see you there!
The Scottish Government has cut funding to Scottish councils year on year for the past decade. Edinburgh has endured £250m of budget cuts in the last five years. In 2019/20, it will face £41 million of cuts, with a predicted £106 million of cuts in the following three years. Jobs and services have been lost and continue to be cut.
The Westminster Government have cut the funding to the Scottish budget by 1.65% since 2013, but the funding the Scottish government gives to Scottish councils has fallen by 6.92% since 2013. This means that Scottish councils have taken the brunt of austerity cuts in the Scottish public sector.
We call on the Scottish Government and all opposition parties to
- look urgently at the damaging impact of spending reductions
- work together to increase funding to Councils.
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