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Workplace and TU campaigns / PCS


29 October 2014

Workplace news in brief

Secure hospitals strike: Prison Officers' Association members working in the NHS took four hours of strike action on Friday 24 October in their struggle for a decent pay rise

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23 October 2014

Mark Serwotka re-elected for fourth term

Mark Serwotka has been re-elected unopposed for a fourth term as general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union

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Socialist Alternative members on the People's Climate March in New York, 21 September 2014, photo Socialist Alternative

22 October 2014

Socialist change to halt climate change

Chris Baugh, deputy general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), spoke to the Socialist about the recent mass public protests over global warming which preceded the United Nations summit in New York on climate change

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20 October 2014

Carlisle TUSC: How we can restore lost living standards and defeat austerity

Guest speaker: Fran Heathcote, national president of the DWP group, PCS union

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15 October 2014

Mark Serwotka: Building a strong, fighting union

The socialist-led Public and Commercial Services civil servants' union is due to have an election for its general secretary. Bob Severn spoke to the current general secretary, Mark Serwotka, who is standing for re-election

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A PCS picket in Manchester, 15.10.14, photo Alex Davidson

A PCS picket in Manchester, 15.10.14, photo Alex Davidson

15 October 2014

PCS members again show anti-austerity determination

Civil servants in the PCS union were out on strike in force, part of the rolling programme of strikes planned for this week

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At the London Traflagar Square strike rally on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

8 October 2014

We can beat the pay freeze!

Vice president of the PCS, John McInally, speaks about the 13-15 October strikes

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NHS workers last took naitonal action on the 30 November 2011 pensions strike, photo Paul Mattsson

1 October 2014

Pay cuts: Angry and ready to strike!

Public sector workers - including in the NHS, local government, colleges and the civil service - are due to take part in rolling strike action on 13-15 October

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24 September 2014

Civil servants to strike on 15 October

Almost a quarter of a million civil servants will take part in 72 hours of action in the public sector by striking on Wednesday 15 October

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22 September 2014

Tax evasion spirals to over 80bn a year

The cost of tax evasion to the economy spiralled to more than 80 billion last year, according to new figures for the Public and Commercial Services union

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6 August 2014

Land Registry sell-off halted - now jobs fight needed

Government U-turn over Land Registry privatisation follows massive campaign led by the PCS civil service union

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10 July 2014

Reports from 10 July pickets and demonstrations

Public sector workers in nine different unions were out on strike in force - in a magnificent show of strength to demand an end to the pay freeze. Here are reports from some of the pickets and demonstrations during the course of the day

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One Housing Group workers, members of Unite, striking against massive pay cuts, photo Naomi Byron

One Housing Group workers, members of Unite, striking against massive pay cuts, photo Naomi Byron

9 July 2014

Unite conference reflects growth of socialist ideas

Len McCluskey said that Unite's major focus had to be the election of a Labour government. But Socialists argued for a new mass party to represent workers' interests

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2 July 2014

Workplace news in brief

PCS action stops sell-off: Workers have been informed that privatisation will not be happening within this term of government

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Unite Health members on the 2012 Oct 20th TUC demo, photo Senan

25 June 2014

How can Unite lead fight against cuts?

Around 700 delegates and 100 youth observers will attend Unite's policy conference that begins on 30 June and will set the union's agenda for the next two years

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19 June 2014

National Museum Wales strike

Members of the PCS at all seven sites of the National Museum Wales walked out on strike yesterday in dispute over pay

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Part the 2011 N30 London demo, photo Senan

11 June 2014

10 July: United action can beat austerity

Trade union members want action on the most basic demand of all: pay

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11 June 2014

Why I'm a socialist

When I joined the civil service some years ago, staff from a higher education background such as I were respected professionals with career prospects, writes Andrew Wilkins.

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4 June 2014

"Enough is enough!" - 1.5m could strike over pay

On 10 July, 1.5 million public sector workers could be on strike against a derisory pay offer. The Unite, Unison, GMB, NUT and PCS unions could all be walking out together

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