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22 September 2021

Tory cuts to UC: we need a union fightback

From 6 October Universal Credit will be cut by 20 per week

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8 September 2021

DWP: Demand safe working and more jobs

Resistance must be built to Tory attacks on the unemployed. In their drive to ramp up their harsh welfare system, they are prepared to put everyone's safety at risk. They plan to drag every claimant back

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21 July 2021

Government departments move to impose pay cuts

Only by fighting will extra money be secured for pay and permanent contracts.

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7 July 2021

Safety campaign in DWP: What has happened to our ballot?

Months after a ballot on safety in Jobcentres was launched by the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union, members are left wondering whatever happened to the campaign to keep them safe.

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5 May 2021

Vote 'yes' in the PCS DWP ballot

PCS ballot closes 13 May - vote Broad Left Network: Broad Left Network members are building for a strong 'yes' vote in the DWP consultative ballot for PCS Jobcentre members which starts on 5 May and runs until 21 May.

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28 April 2021

PCS ballots members in Jobcentres over safety

It is evident that the government is driving ahead to reopen Jobcentres to the public with reckless haste

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21 April 2021

PCS leadership ballot underway

The ballot for PCS president and national executive committee opens on 22 April and runs to 13 May. PCS is the union for government workers in the civil service and public and private sectors.

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14 April 2021

Support the Broad Left Network for a democratic, fighting union leadership

The ballot for PCS president and NEC opens on 22 April

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3 March 2021

HMRC: Pay deal agreed but at what cost?

On 26 February the PCS union HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) pay ballot closed. The turnout was 82.4% with 79.6% for and 20.4% against the deal.

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24 February 2021

HMRC: Divisive pay deal leads to expulsions

PCS members in the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are voting on a pay deal. The deal is for a 13% pay increase over three years, but if agreed would put all staff onto a new contract

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10 February 2021

PCS: Vote for rank-and-file socialist Broad Left Network candidates

PCS union elections: PCS, the union for civil service and public sector workers, has begun the 2021 elections for its president and national executive committee (NEC)

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30 September 2020

PCS: No to DWP management's plans - Yes to action

PCS union members in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are reacting furiously to management's rush to book appointments in all the Jobcentres, a move especially targeted at 18-to-24 year olds

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16 September 2020

PCS members in DWP reject unsafe extension of hours

77% of PCS union members have voted in favour of industrial action in a consultative ballot

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19 August 2020

Vote Yes in DWP ballot! Reject longer opening hours

PCS members in all the DWP's Jobcentres and 21 Universal Credit service centres must vote Yes in the ballot which starts 17 August

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5 August 2020

PCS union: Reject longer DWP opening hours

The government's headlong rush to pretend things are getting back to normal is impacting on PCS members working in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

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8 July 2020

Jobcentre reopening: only union struggle will put safety first

Jobcentres have become the latest battleground between workers' desire to work in safety and employers' desire to reopen services, ready or not.

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1 July 2020

Benefits system being used to force return to unsafe workplaces

As previously reported in the Socialist, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), which oversees the payment of unemployment benefit to millions, had previously eased the requirements for claiming Universal Credit

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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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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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