PCS union

BEIS cleaners strike for the living wage

PCS strike is part of a growing movement by low paid workers fighting for a living wage

Urte March  ·  24 May 2019

Civil Servants ballot over pay

The PCS is embarking on another pay ballot due to run from 18 March until 29 April. All civil servants deserve a decent pay rise – if the MPs can have one why can’t we?

Workers Power  ·  06 March 2019

Fight for five – civil servants launch pay campaign

By a PCS activist THE Public and Commercial Services union’s annual conference in May voted by a huge majority to ballot for industrial action over pay. After a two-year freeze […]

Workers Power  ·  14 June 2018

Strikes and solidarity needed to scrap pay cap

By Jeremy Dewar TORY CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond is a modern man. He believes that driving a train is so easy that “even a woman could do it”. He also believes […]

Workers Power  ·  12 September 2017

Civil servants’ union prepares for action

By a PCS Rep ON 6 SEPTEMBER, the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) announced a major campaign to scrap the 1% pay cap, which has hit all civil servants […]

Workers Power  ·  06 September 2017

Labour supporters in PCS have one year to convince members of the need to affiliate

By Rebecca Anderson The Annual Delegate Conference (ADC) of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) took two important votes on the Labour Party this week. In one, it decided […]

Workers Power  ·  28 May 2016

PCS backs down on industrial action as 150 staff face compulsory redundancies

By Rebecca Anderson For years, it has been the policy of the Public and Commercial Services Union that the threat compulsory redundancies will trigger a national-wide, civil-service wide ballot for […]

Workers Power  ·  26 May 2016

DWP sell-out deal – we need to take the fight to the branches

By Rebecca Anderson The Public and Commercial Services union’s Department of Work and Pensions conference has narrowly voted to accept a pay deal that will mean working worse hours for […]

Workers Power  ·  26 May 2016

DWP pay deal sells union short

By Sarah Barden A new pay deal has been agreed between Department for Works and Pensions (DWP) and the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS), but it is unclear whether […]

Workers Power  ·  25 May 2016

Injustice: Tory cuts will penalise victims

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has announced the closure of 86 courts and tribunals across England and Wales. These closures threaten people’s access to justice in towns and rural areas, […]

Workers Power  ·  08 March 2016

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