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17 January 2018

PCS union 2018 elections - nominate the left slate for a continued fighting leadership

Marion Lloyd, PS Left Unity chair and PCS executive committee member (personal capacity)

PCS members can nominate candidates for the national executive committee (NEC) at their branch annual general meeting. These meetings will take place during February and early March.

The Socialist Party supports the Democracy Alliance, which is standing a full slate in this election.

The alliance, which is comprised of PCS Left Unity and PCS Democrats, has won the NEC elections for the last 14 years.

During this time PCS has been seen as a union which stands up for its members, providing a democratically accountable and fighting leadership.

It has fought against austerity and the pay cap and put forward an alternative tax justice and welfare programme.

The Democracy Alliance slate (right) includes eight Socialist Party candidates.

NEC democracy alliance slate 2018

President (1)

Janice Godrich - DWP Clydeside & Argyle

Vice Presidents (4)

Jackie Green - MOJ Bradford

Fran Heathcote - DWP Northumbria & Tyneside

Zita Holbourne - BIS London North

Kevin McHugh - HMRC Benton Park View

NEC (30)

Mark Baker - DCLG Bristol & South West

Paula Brown - HSE National Branch

Clive Bryant - HMRC Worthing

Martin Cavanagh - DWP Wirral

Harvey Crane - HMRC Anglia

Alan Dennis - MOD DSg South Central

Felicity Flynn - MOJ

Angela Grant - DWP Wirral

Sam Hall - DWP Highlands & Islands

Austin Harney - MOJ Associated Offices

John Jamieson - Registers of Scotland

Tahir Latif - NATS CTC

Neil License - HMRC Yorks & North Lincs

Marion Lloyd - BIS Yorks & Humber

Dominic McFadden - HMRC Intelligence & Invest

John McInally - DWP HQ London

Kenny McKay - Comm Sec IT Services Glasgow

John Maguire - MOJ Greater Manchester

Lorna Merry - HMRC London HQ

Marianne Owens - HMRC South Wales

Ian Pope - DWP Glasgow

Annette Rochester - DWP Birmingham North

Alison Roder - MOJ HQ Branch

Dave Semple - DWP Greater Glasgow

Steve Thorley - CPS East Midlands

Candy Udwin - CMSOA National Gallery

Karen Watts - MOJ Wessex

Hector Wesley - HMRC Euston Tower

Katrine Williams - DWP SE Wales

Paul Williams - DfT Nottingham




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