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5 September 2018

PCS union: build the fight for a pay rise and against austerity - re-elect Chris Baugh

Chris, assistant general secretary of the PCS, speaks (pc) about the challenges currently facing the union and the wider labour movement

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23 August 2018

Pay campaign: Important discussions needed on way forward

The Socialist Party rejects the view of the new group 'Socialist View', that all that is required for success in 2019 is to do the same as 2018 but be better organised.

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20 August 2018

PCS: the real issues at stake

The dispute within the left of Britain's largest civil service union raises key issues for the whole labour movement. Above all, the need for democratic, lay-member control of fighting trade unions.

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8 August 2018

Break the pay cap - the fight continues!

The union needs a special delegate conference as soon as practically possible

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8 August 2018

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Thatcher's Militant blacklist, capitalism wants slums, World Cup nationalism?

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8 August 2018

Ministry of Justice workers angry at barrage of attacks

Huge anger is being stoked up among staff in the Ministry of Justice after the 'modernising employment proposition' pay offer came as yet another in a long line of slaps to the face

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25 July 2018

PCS members back fightback on pay - keep building pressure

The PCS strike ballot returned a massive majority for action but fell short of the 50% turnout required by the Tory anti-union laws.

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25 July 2018

Blacklisting of Militant supporters by Thatcher government revealed

On 24 July, The Guardian published an article revealing that Thatcher's government worked with MI5 and Special Branch to draw up a blacklist of civil servants deemed to be 'subversives'.

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11 July 2018

Campaign in full flow to squeeze out every last Yes vote in pay ballot

The PCS civil servants' union pay strike ballot ends 23 July. In the time left we need to squeeze out every last vote.

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4 July 2018

Treasury imposes civil service pay limit - vote Yes to strike action

Only by voting Yes in the PCS union strike ballot, closing 23 July, will the government take notice

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13 June 2018

Civil service pay strike ballot: vote yes!

Interview with PCS assistant general secretary Chris Baugh: After years of real-terms pay cuts, the PCS is balloting to strike for a fully funded, above-inflation increase.

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9 June 2018

PCS members in DWP say: Pay up now!

PCS members in the DWP were outraged that a previously-agreed pay rise was being delayed. UPDATE on 14.6.18: DWP senior management backs down!

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6 June 2018

PCS union launches strike ballot on pay

Workers in the PCS union, representing civil servants across all government departments, have voted overwhelmingly to ballot members for strike action.

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30 May 2018

Conference 2018: members ready to fight to end pay misery

Delegates massively voted to proceed to a strike ballot

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16 May 2018

Leeds Acas conciliators walkout

You know the squeeze in the public sector is coming to a crunch when workers for an organisation that was set up to try to prevent strikes walk out on strike themselves. But that was precisely what happened as conciliators at Acas took strike action on 11 May.

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15 May 2018

PCS conference 2018: building on the union's militant record

An interview with Socialist Party member Chris Baugh - three times elected PCS assistant general secretary - who will again be seeking the support of Left Unity to be its candidate in next year's election.

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9 May 2018

PCS: A fighting strategy to defeat the Tory pay cap

The PCS civil service union pay claim for a fully funded pay increase of 5% or 1,200 minimum and a commitment to centralised bargaining has been rejected by the Tory government.

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11 April 2018

PCS elections: Vote for Democracy Alliance candidates!

Ballot papers for the PCS civil service union national executive committee and group elections will start arriving on 20 April

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24 January 2018

PCS executive agrees next steps in pay campaign

On 31 January PCS members from across the UK civil service will participate in pay day protests over public sector pay restraint which has seen a 20% cut in wages since 2010. These protests come on the back of our fantastic consultative ballot result.

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6 December 2017

Driving examiners walkout hits first day of new test

PCS members at Wakefield Driving Test Centre began two days of strike action on 4 December against attacks on their terms and conditions of work as part of a national dispute

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