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Anti-cuts protest, photo Paul Mattsson

Anti-cuts protest, photo Paul Mattsson

3 November 2010

Con-Dems' cuts can be stopped

The sheer scale of the attack set out in the government's cuts exceeds even the more dire predictions, writes John McInally, vice-president Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) personal capacity.

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14 October 2010

PCS fights to defend jobs and pensions

PCS's National Executive Committee (NEC) has rejected a "final offer" on the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) from the Tory/Liberal government, writes John McInally, vice-president PCS personal capacity.

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PCS meeting

PCS meeting

14 October 2010

Fight Passport Office closure

PCS members were shocked on 8 October by the announcement that Newport Passport office would close next year, writes Katrine Williams, PCS Wales chair.

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John McInally, vice-president of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), photo Paul Mattsson

John McInally, PCS, photo Paul Mattsson

7 October 2010

Trade unionists denounce Hutton's attacks on public sector workers' pensions

Former Labour minister Lord Hutton, on a comfortable MP's pension, has released an interim report on his investigation into public sector pensions.

- "Another attempt to make working people pay for the greed of the bankers and big business" - John McInally, Vice president, Public and Commercial Services union

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PCS protest outside Ministry of Justice , photo Paul Mattsson

PCS protest outside Ministry of Justice , photo Paul Mattsson

22 September 2010

Fight every Con-Dem cut

The scale of the proposed coalition government public sector cuts is becoming more apparent. The Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) on 20 October will destroy the credibility of the Cameron/Clegg mantra, writes John McInally, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) vice-president, personal capacity

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PCS strike placard

23 June 2010

PCS union rejects 'inevitable' cuts

The Tory/Liberal coalition plans to make working people pay for the crisis created by their friends in the banking industry and big business, by launching an unprecedented assault on the public sector. This will be resolutely opposed by the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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2 June 2010

PCS conference Defend the public sector

The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) conference on 19-21 May was the first trade union conference since the election of the new Tory/Liberal coalition, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS personal capacity.

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London May Day demonstration, photo Jules Mattsson

London May Day demonstration, photo Jules Mattsson

5 May 2010

Workers celebrate May Day: Marching together against the bosses' attacks

IN MANY countries around the world, socialists and trade unionists marched to celebrate international workers' day on 1 May. This year in particular, in the teeth of attacks by capitalists on jobs, wages and public services, international working class solidarity is a vital necessity.

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21 April 2010

Civil service dispute continues

Labour ministers who think that PCS's campaign against the government's attempt to rip up our Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) is over because the general election has been called are wrong - the campaign goes on until there is a negotiated settlement, writes John McInally, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) national vice-president, personal capacity.

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PCS workers on strike and protesting outside the Welsh Assembly, photo Cardiff Socialist Party

PCS workers on strike and protesting outside the Welsh Assembly, photo Cardiff Socialist Party

31 March 2010

PCS: Striking against government attacks

Following the tremendous civil service two-day strike on 8 and 9 March, PCS members once again demonstrated their anger at the government's attempt to rip up their contracts under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, writes John McInally, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) national vice-president, personal capacity.

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17 March 2010

PCS Budget Day action

Following their well-supported two day strike on 8 and 9 March, up to 200,000 civil servants in the PCS union will be on strike again on budget day - Wednesday 24 March, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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9 March 2010

Solid two-day civil service strike shows anger of PCS members

PCS members have demonstrated their anger at the attack on their Civil Service Compensation Scheme by staging a solid two-day strike that has affected courts, passport offices, jobcentres, tax offices and many other government services, writes John McInally, National Vice-President PCS, personal capacity.

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1 March 2010

PCS: All Out to Defend Jobs and Services

PCS members have voted to take strike action and action short of a strike, including a national overtime ban. They are clearly determined to secure an acceptable settlement that defends their contractual rights under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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John McInally, vice-president of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), photo Paul Mattsson

John McInally, vice-president of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), photo Paul Mattsson

28 October 2009

Call centres - public services on the cheap

THE PROLIFERATION of call centres within the civil service and related bodies is rooted in the government's pro-market 'reform and modernisation' programme of cuts in investment, jobs and conditions and office closures and privatisation.

As John McInally, national vice-president of the PCS (Public and Commercial Services Union - pc) explains, this is not "efficiency" as they claim but an ill-conceived strategy to deliver public services on the cheap.

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John McInally, vice-president PCS, speaking at the Campaign for a New Workers' Party debate 2008, photo Socialist Party

John McInally, vice-president PCS, speaking at the Campaign for a New Workers' Party debate 2008, photo Socialist Party

22 September 2009

Brown declares war on workers

GORDON BROWN'S speech to the Trades Union Congress was an open declaration of war on working-class people, writes John McInally, national vice-president, Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS).

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27 May 2009

Delegates' anger at Public and Commercial Services union conference

The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union conference met against a background of the worst recession since the 1930s and in the wake of a budget statement that set out the government's strategy to "deal with the economic crisis" they themselves have created, writes John McInally, PCS vice president, personal capacity.

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29 October 2008

National civil service strike 10 November

The Democracy Alliance-led national executive committee of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), which includes members of the Socialist Party, has agreed and announced a national one-day strike on 10 November, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS.

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10 September 2008

Workers' anger surfaces at TUC

ON THE first day of the Trades Union Congress conference, the TUC leaders were extremely anxious to get controversial motions out of the way before Labour ministers arrived with the press, writes Bill Mullins.

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2 September 2008

Building a new workers' party: trade unionist initiative needed

A number of left trade union leaders have recognised that the Labour Party in councils and in government is not going to stop trying to push through privatisation, writes John McInally, vice-president of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), in a personal capacity.

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8 June 2006

Delegates debate DWP strikes

PCS conference: ON THE second day of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) section of the civil service union PCS conference, delegates wrestled with the crucial question of "where now for the DWP strikes?", writes Bill Mullins.

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