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20 January 2021

PCS Broad Left Network conference

PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) joint equality officer and PCS NEC candidate

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13 January 2021

Get stuck in to build a fighting, democratic PCS union

PCS Broad Left Network conference: The PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) conference takes place on Saturday 16 January.

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16 December 2020

Union conference stripped of powers by NEC

The NEC of the PCS union decided to remove key powers from the 2021 annual delegate conference

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16 December 2020

Protest against immigration enforcement centre in Newham

The Tory government is trying to build an 'immigration enforcement centre' in Docklands, east London

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9 December 2020

HMRC pay talks - PCS needs to organise members now

Revenue and Customs (HMRC) management's business case for pay linked to contract changes has been agreed by the Treasury

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18 November 2020

Obituary: Paul Chettle

Eastern Region Socialist Party members are mourning the loss of longstanding Cambridgeshire Socialist Party member Paul Chettle, after a long and recurrent illness

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7 October 2020

Tate strike suspended

After 42 days of industrial action by members of the PCS union against redundancies at the Tate gallery in London, the strike has been suspended.

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5 October 2020

test

lots of test here

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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

Tate workers on indefinite strike hold march and rally

PCS union members marched alongside other arts and culture workers against job losses in the sector

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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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2 September 2020

Tate strike: "Coronavirus - no reason to fire us!"

Striking Tate workers in the PCS union have moved into indefinite action

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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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15 July 2020

PCS executive majority cancels union democracy

On 8 July, the controlling majority of the PCS union executive committee rejected moves to resume this year's elections

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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

Change in leadership needed to secure union's future

The PCS general secretary has said the union needs to restructure and cut staff or merge.

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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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10 June 2020

Socialists call for trade unions to join the fight

We raised a motion urging the union to state support for "the demonstrations that are being called across the UK, with suitable social distancing and other protective measures, including in Cardiff at the weekend, Belfast on Monday, and Glasgow and London on Wednesday

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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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