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UNISON has asked the Supreme Court for leave to appeal against the Court of Appeal decision that care workers’ sleep-in shifts do not count as working time and should be paid in line with the national minimum wage.

The Supreme Court will now decide whether to grant the union the right to appeal.

A full article is now on the UNISON website here: https://www.unison.org.uk/news/2018/08/sleep-in-appeal/

Also, a statement from Adam Creme, UNISON Head of Legal Services, has been tweeted by the UNISON account here: https://twitter.com/unisontweets/status/1027128392255193088

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The introduction of Universal Credit has the potential to significantly impact on the jobs of UNISON members working in Housing Benefit & Welfare rights roles . The Bargaining and Campaigns team are keen to hear from members working in these areas about what has , or seems likely to change, in their job as a result.

Please could you ask any relevant members to get in touch with me – S.low2@unison.co.uk with anything they want to say about .

1.What changes there have been since Universal Credit has been rolled out?
2. How much the shambles that the roll out has been has made or stopped things happening.
3. What changes do they see in their job happening longer term as a result of UC ?

Many thanks

Stephen Low
Policy Officer
UNISON Scotland
Tel: 0141 342 2811/ 0795 685 2822
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