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20 May 2015

Workplace news in brief

Defend NHS pay: Nurses could strike if the Tories' talk of a "seven-day NHS" results in attacks on unsocial hour and weekend working payments, according to the leader of the Royal College of Nurses, Dr Peter Carter

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13 May 2015

Check-off attack will not defeat PCS

The PCS civil servants' union very existence has been threatened over the past year. The politically-motivated decision by the government to withdraw check-off has tested the union to its limits

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photo Senan

photo Senan

13 May 2015

Organising resistance to Tory cuts starts now!

Public sector workers will be at the sharp end of more austerity but also at the centre of the opposition against it, writes Rob Williams, National Shop Stewards Network.

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12 May 2015

Organising resistance against Tory austerity starts now

Millions of people are contemplating how they can survive another five years of austerity, writes John McInally

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30 April 2015

MoD IT workers demand decent pay

PCS civil service union members working for computing firm CSC in Glasgow and Gosport took five days' strike action from 20 April for a fair pay award

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15 April 2015

PCS: Defending check-off in DWP

The PCS civil service union has lodged papers with the high court seeking a declaration that PCS members in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have a contractual right to pay their union subs by the check-off method (paid directly from salaries)

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A TUSC supporter protesting outside Labour's Collins Review conference in 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

1 April 2015

How to fight the anti-union laws

Supporting Labour will not defeat them: The Tories have proposed even more repressive legislation, including that 40% of all balloted union members have to vote for strike action. Only 15 MPs would have been elected in 2010 on this basis

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1 April 2015

Workplace news in brief

Food workers' victory: Two hundred and seventy workers at the giant multinational Refresco-Gerber in Bridgwater, Somerset have won a victory against reductions in terms and conditions after a series of strikes from January to March

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18 March 2015

Midlands NSSN: Building the rank and file fightback

"It ain't getting any easier for the working class," said Kev Greenway in closing the 2015 National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) Midlands conference, writes Dave Gorton, Unite LE/372 branch (personal capacity).

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11 March 2015

Oppose tax office's 'company union'

A new 'company union' - the Revenue and Customs Trade Union (RCTU) - has been launched in HMRC, months after leaked documents showed such a move was planned as part of attacks on the socialist-led PCS civil service union

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26 February 2015

ICO staff on strike for fair pay

PCS members at the Information Commissioners Office in Wilmslow are escalating their action

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25 February 2015

Socialists in Unison call for solidarity with PCS

Socialist Party members and other lefts on the Unison executive have challenged the union's leadership over aiding the government's attacks on the PCS civil servants' union

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10 February 2015

Defend the PCS - Solidarity to defeat union-busting


The government plans to render PCS incapable of defending and representing its members, and to silence its opposition to cuts and privatisation, writes John McInally

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9 February 2015

National Gallery strikers march down Whitehall

On Thursday 5th February, 100 staff at the National Gallery and their supporters marched down Whitehall from their workplace to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, handing in a petition almost 50,000 strong

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4 February 2015

National Gallery workers walk out against privatisation

National Gallery workers in the PCS union started their five day strike against privatisation on 3 February

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4 February 2015

ICO staff take strike action over pay

On 3rd February PCS members at the Information Commissioner's Office began a two day strike

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3 February 2015

Solid start to National Gallery 5-day strike

Workers at the National Gallery are striking for five days from 3rd February over plans to hand all visitor services to a private company

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21 January 2015

Safeguarding PCS against vicious Tory attacks

As the Tories threaten to increase Britain's draconian anti-trade union laws beyond the general election, thousands of trade union reps across the trade union movement are even now facing huge cuts in their facility time

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Plans for a 24-hour general strike to stop cuts must be brought to the top of the agenda of all trade unions. , photo Arti

10 December 2014

Reject the lie that is austerity

Trade unions must now act to resist Osborne offensive: On Wednesday 3 December the Tories declared all-out war on the working class and all our futures. The Autumn Budget Statement has been described as a “Book of Doom”

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