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3 June 2020

PCS pay claim: Vital work unrecognised

Since 2010 the pay of PCS members has been cut in real terms by over 20%. Each year the government-capped pay increases have fallen below rising prices.

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6 May 2020

Unsafe Workplace? "It's up to you" PCS tells reps and members

PCS union reps and members at Paisley Jobcentre walked out on 24 April. Following an outbreak of Covid-19 in their office, they reached an agreement allowing staff to go home

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27 April 2020

Should the Socialist still be produced during the Corona crisis? An exchange with Mark Serwotka about sales of the Socialist

On 7 April Mark Serwotka wrote to Hannah Sell, general secretary of the Socialist Party, asking for an assurance that the Socialist would not be sold outside PCS-organised workplaces during the coronavirus emergency

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27 April 2020

Civil servants in Paisley protest after Covid outbreak

On 24 April, civil servants at Paisley Jobcentre held an outdoors union meeting following an outbreak of Covid-19 in their office

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21 April 2020

DWP: Action on workers' safety, and protection of pay and conditions needed

More than two million people have claimed benefits in the last four weeks. Failed Tory austerity is impacting health care workers having insufficient PPE and testing.

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15 April 2020

Passport workers forced back to offices as Home Office shirks its duty of care

I work for the civil service and am a member and rep of the PCS trade union. Like many of my colleagues, I was shocked and appalled at the Home Office's decision to call workers at passport offices back

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31 March 2020

Fight for safety, staffing and services - Covid chaos for benefits claimants

More than half a million claims to working-age benefits such as Jobseekers' Allowance and Universal Credit have been made in the last two weeks

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31 March 2020

More than ever, we need accountable union leaders

The PCS union's national elections have been suspended

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18 March 2020

Workers at Lewisham coronavirus hospital walk out after not being paid

"Infected patients are now being admitted into the hospital, but the cleaners have downed tools because they haven't been paid"

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18 March 2020

PCS union demands better deal for benefits claimants

The government has announced new support for claimants who contract, or have to stay at home due to, Covid-19

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11 March 2020

Strong support for PCS Broad Left Network

The newly formed PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) is contesting this year's PCS national elections for the first time, writes Socialist Party members in PCS.

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26 February 2020

PCS union relaunches pay campaign

A meeting of the PCS union national executive committee on 19 February agreed to relaunch the union's national pay campaign.

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22 February 2020

Workers call on Interserve bosses to recognise union

Members of the Public and Commercial Services union protested outside Interserve's London headquarters

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12 February 2020

Foreign Office workers' strike

One week into a month-long strike PCS union members working for Interserve at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London were joined by the Trade Union Congress and PCS general secretaries and Labour Party Socialist Campaign Group MPs, including Jeremy Corbyn, on their 11 February picket line to mark 'heart unions' week.

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12 February 2020

PCS union: Uniting the left around a leadership that can win for members

The 2020 national elections of the PCS, a union of civil servants and private sector workers on government contracts, are at a key stage. Branches throughout the union are meeting to agree nominations for president and national executive committee.

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5 February 2020

Ealing tax office workers strike against closure

Civil service workers at Ealing tax office took further strike action on 29-31 January against its closure and staff redundancies

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29 January 2020

PCS union elections: Nominate candidates fighting austerity and for union democracy

When I stood to be general secretary nearly 10,000 PCS union members voted for my campaign, to rebuild a fighting democratic union.

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22 January 2020

Renewing the left in PCS

Broad Left Network is not just an electoral organisation; its goal will be to raise the confidence and consciousness of our union's reps, for a real member-led union

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15 January 2020

PCS: Time to rebuild the left

A meeting called in the name of the PCS Broad Left Network takes place in Manchester on 18 January. The main business will be to agree a programme and candidates to contest the 2020 elections in the PCS

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