Annual General Meeting

This years LAS UNISON Branch AGM will be held @ 17.00 On FRIDAY 17th MARCH 2017 At the UNISON Centre 130 Euston Road London, NW1 2AY The UNISON Centre is on the Euston road in between Kings Cross & Euston stations. All LAS UNISON Members are invited to attend. Fares can only be claimed with a valid receipt. Buffet available after meeting. Please note the meeting starts at 17:00  

Remembering Eric – A UNISON celebration of the life of Eric Roberts

The life of Eric Roberts, a lifelong servant of our union and of those in greatest need, will be celebrated at a UNISON event on Wednesday 8 February 2017. Our Branch Secretary and UNISON President, who passed away at the end of November, worked for the London Ambulance Service for 42 years and was the first UNISON member from the ambulance service to be elected as UNISON President. Eric was…

Eric Roberts – Plans for memorial tribute

Following the sad and untimely death of UNISON’s president and LAS UNISON Branch Secretary, Eric Roberts, the General Secretary and the Presidential Team have proposed that UNISON should host an event in Eric’s memory as a tribute to his life and work. The NEC suggested that the event should be held on the 8th February, possibly in the afternoon in central London. This is a tentative date at this stage…



This years AGM will be held @ 18.00 On MONDAY 23rd MARCH 2015


Free Tickets to Film Premiere

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE. THE FIRST TO REPLY RECEIVED A PAIR OF TICKETS. LAS UNISON has been given 25 pairs of tickets to the last film of the Open City Docs Festival on Sunday 23 June. The film will be followed by an awards ceremony and closing party that you can also attend. The film is called Sofia’s Last ambulance and more information can be…

March for a future that works – Sat 20 October

On 20 October hundreds of thousands of people will gather in central London to march for a future that works. They’ll be taking to the streets because they believe that government spending cuts and privatisation are not the way to get us out of recession. Instead, these cuts are standing in the way of delivering the jobs and growth that we need. UNISON members believe cutting vital public services hurts…


Two million workers are no damp squib says UNISON

Responding to David Cameron’s comments, Dave Prentis, UNISON General Secretary, said: “I wouldn’t call two million people taking strike action a damp squib. Cameron is sounding increasingly desperate in his attacks on public service workers. He has only to turn on the TV, or listen to the radio – or look out the window – to see the nurses, dinner ladies, paramedics, social workers, teaching assistants, lollipop ladies amongst others…


Day of Action 30th November 2011

London Ambulance UNISON Day of Action 30th November 2011 28th November 2011 To all UNISON members, This is the final instructions concerning plans for the Day of Action on Wednesday 30th November 2011. This is sent on behalf of LAS UNISON Industrial Action Committee (IAC).

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