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24 May 2011

Civil servants start voting in national strike ballot

More than a quarter of a million members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) will start voting this week in their national strike ballot over cuts to pensions, jobs and pay

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27 April 2011

Workplace news in brief

London Midland: Train drivers working for London Midland are to vote on a package to end a long dispute over harmonisation of pay and leave entitlement...

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London anti-cuts demonstration jointly called by the NSSN, RMT, NUT, FBU, PCS and other unions, photo Paul Mattsson

PCS members protest

19 January 2011

PCS members vote for battle against cuts

Public and Commercial Services (PCS) members have given a resounding 90% 'yes' in an indicative ballot to reject the government's proposals to rip up their contracts and steal accrued rights on redundancy payments under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS), writes John McInally, PCS national vice president (personal capacity).

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14 October 2010

PCS fights to defend jobs and pensions

PCS's National Executive Committee (NEC) has rejected a "final offer" on the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) from the Tory/Liberal government, writes John McInally, vice-president PCS personal capacity.

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1 September 2010

Civil service jobs under the cosh

Last week the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) announced the lost of almost 400 jobs from the Pension Service and Jobcentres. A PCS Member in the North East writes.

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9 August 2010

Hastings CSA - Civil Service trade unionist sacked

PCS union branch secretary at CSA Hastings, Sam Buckley, has recently become the fifth branch officer to be sacked on trumped up charges since November 2007...

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PCS members striking against Labour's cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

PCS members striking against Labour's cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

7 July 2010

PCS will fight new attack on redundancy pay

On 6 July Tory minister Francis Maude announced new legislation to attack civil service workers' redundancy pay, writes John McInally.

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2 June 2010

PCS conference Defend the public sector

The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) conference on 19-21 May was the first trade union conference since the election of the new Tory/Liberal coalition, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS personal capacity.

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12 May 2010

PCS courts victory

THE PUBLIC and Commercial Services (PCS) trade union has won a major legal victory against the government on their plans to rip up members' contracts under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS)...

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21 April 2010

Civil service dispute continues

Labour ministers who think that PCS's campaign against the government's attempt to rip up our Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) is over because the general election has been called are wrong - the campaign goes on until there is a negotiated settlement, writes John McInally, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) national vice-president, personal capacity.

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PCS workers on strike and protesting outside the Welsh Assembly, photo Cardiff Socialist Party

PCS workers on strike and protesting outside the Welsh Assembly, photo Cardiff Socialist Party

31 March 2010

PCS: Striking against government attacks

Following the tremendous civil service two-day strike on 8 and 9 March, PCS members once again demonstrated their anger at the government's attempt to rip up their contracts under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, writes John McInally, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) national vice-president, personal capacity.

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Striking civil servants protest outside the Welsh Assembly, photo by Cardiff Socialist Party

24 March 2010

Civil Servants strike on budget day

Pickets were out in force for the second time, taking strike action to stop cuts in the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, which would leave many PCS members tens of thousands of pounds worse off in the event of voluntary or compulsory redundancy. Reports from round the country.

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17 March 2010

PCS Budget Day action

Following their well-supported two day strike on 8 and 9 March, up to 200,000 civil servants in the PCS union will be on strike again on budget day - Wednesday 24 March, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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PCS workers on strike at the Passport Office, photo Socialist Party Wales

PCS workers on strike at the Passport Office, photo Socialist Party Wales

10 March 2010

Civil Servants Strike reports (updated)

Members of the PCS civil servants' union took strike action today to oppose the changes to the civil service compensation scheme.

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9 March 2010

Solid two-day civil service strike shows anger of PCS members

PCS members have demonstrated their anger at the attack on their Civil Service Compensation Scheme by staging a solid two-day strike that has affected courts, passport offices, jobcentres, tax offices and many other government services, writes John McInally, National Vice-President PCS, personal capacity.

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3 March 2010

Fighting for jobs, services and conditions

Civil servants on strike on 8 and 9 March: The government is going ahead with its plans to rip up the civil service compensation scheme (redundancy protection pay for civil servants), writes Nick Parker, a PCS member.

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1 March 2010

PCS: All Out to Defend Jobs and Services

PCS members have voted to take strike action and action short of a strike, including a national overtime ban. They are clearly determined to secure an acceptable settlement that defends their contractual rights under the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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10 February 2010

Civil service strike ballot: Vote 'yes' for action

The ballot organised by the civil service union PCS for industrial action over plans to change the Civil Service Compensation Scheme has begun, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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8 February 2010

PCS ballot over Civil Service Compensation Scheme has begun

The ballot organised by the civil service union PCS for industrial action over plans to change the Civil Service Compensation Scheme has began, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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PCS members protest against compulsory outsourcing, photo Paul Mattsson

PCS members protest against compulsory outsourcing, photo Paul Mattsson

3 February 2010

Civil service strike ballot as talks fail

Negotiations between civil service union PCS and management and ministers to reach a settlement on plans to change the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (see Civil service compensation scheme: A fight for jobs and services) have failed, writes John McInally, national vice-president PCS, personal capacity.

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