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10 April 2019

PCS: vote Yes for action, back socialists in the elections!

A leadership prepared to stand up to the many challenges is crucial

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3 April 2019

PCS elections: Support socialist candidates

National elections in the PCS civil servants' union start on 16 April and finish 9 May. They are for the national executive committee (NEC), which is elected annually, and the assistant general secretary (AGS) position - elected for a five-year term

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27 March 2019

West London civil service workers strike against office closure

PCS civil servants' union members at the HMRC Ealing Office in west London had a successful half-day strike on 19 March

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20 March 2019

PCS: Vote Yes to strike for better pay

125,000 PCS members across the civil service and related public bodies are being asked to vote Yes in the national ballot on pay.

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13 March 2019

Tories out. Scrap Universal Credit. Fight for living wages and welfare!

Universal Credit is hardly out of the news. The suffering and anxiety it has caused is immeasurable - so much so that even some Tory MPs have been forced to highlight problems with its implementation.

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6 March 2019

MPs boost their own pay

MPs have given themselves a 2.7% pay increase. It doesn't sound much, but for them it means a rise of over 2,000 a year - more than many members of civil servants' union PCS take home in a month.

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13 February 2019

Fight for a socialist-led PCS - fight to win the national pay campaign

The strike ballot's key demand is a 10% pay rise -and we need a socialist leadership to deliver it

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16 January 2019

Re-elect Chris Baugh for AGS

The voting meetings are starting in PCS civil service union Left Unity for the re-run contest for the Assistant General Secretary (AGS)

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5 December 2018

PCS AGS election: Where now after the Left Unity conference?

Many Left Unity members will now expect that the incumbent AGS Chris Baugh will be confirmed as Left Unity's candidate.

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14 November 2018

PCS union members: why we're backing Chris

Re-elect Chris Baugh PCS AGS: "I can see an emergent threat in the union, where we want this union to be member-led, but at the moment it looks as though the union's moving towards control by unelected full-timers"

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7 November 2018

Back Chris Baugh and Marion Lloyd for a fighting, democratic, lay-led union

This month votes take place to decide the PCS Left Unity candidates for the union's 2019 elections.

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31 October 2018

PCS Left Unity election: ballot opens

PCS civil service union Assistant General Secretary (AGS) Chris Baugh, elected three times since 2004, has won at least eight nomination meetings in his campaign to be the Left Unity AGS candidate for a fourth term.

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24 October 2018

PCS legal win - build further pressure from below to defeat the Tories

The PCS civil service union has won 3 million in damages following the union's challenge to the attempts by the Tory government to cut off its financial support from the DWP

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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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