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Elections for the UCU Vice President (VP), National Executive Committee (NEC) and trustees will take place beginning 31st January and closing on 4th March. As many members do not take …

The long awaited second Joint Expert Panel (JEP) report on USS was released on Friday 13th December. In this brief commentary many of the key positive and negative points of the Second JEP Report are examined.

Graduate students at Edinburgh have been organising a creative and highly democratic campaign to highlight the university’s attacks on their working conditions, after managers told …

Boris Johnson’s victory at the general election has sent a shiver of fear down the spine of all those who dared dream that this election …

The motions passed by the HE Special Conference on Friday have now been published. https://www.ucu.org.uk/hesc_Dec19
The mood of the conference was buoyant after eight days of …

Saturday’s Democracy Congress saw a mobilisation by the right-wing ‘Independent Broad Left’ (IBL) to block rule changes proposed by the UCU’s Democracy Commission intended to …

Labour has promised to end the historic funding inadequacies and place the sector at the centre of its radical proposals. What will be the future …

It is nearly 50 years since the Equal Pay Act 1970. Only a clearly defined career progression scheme will resolve the gender pay gap and other pay gaps. The pay gap has a lasting effect on current pay but also on past pay and future pension. Therefore clearly defined career progression should also be applied retrospectively as women, BAME, disabled and LGBT+ staff have been held back for far too long.

UCU Left has organised two meetings on the fringe of Friday’s Sector Conference and Saturday’s Special Congress:
 
Left Caucus prior to the Special HE Sector Conference
Friday …