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5 March 2013

Following PCS ballot, strikes being discussed

The government could face a series of walkouts by almost a quarter of a million civil and public servants in a dispute over cuts to pay, pensions and working conditions

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DfE 2 hour strike 7.3.13, outside the Sheffield office., photo Robbie Faulds

DfE 2 hour strike 7.3.13, outside the Sheffield office., photo Robbie Faulds

19 February 2013

Visteon pensioners 4th anniversary demonstration, 13.3.13

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PCS members on the 2012 Oct 20th TUC demo, photo Senan

15 January 2013

PCS fighting the austerity agenda - 'Action gets results'

The coalition government's austerity programme is being increasingly exposed as a disaster for all but the business and banking elite, writes John McInally, PCS vice president

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8 November 2012

PCS day of protest on 30 November

Tens of thousands of Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) members are being urged to take Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude at his word by staging 15-minute protests against plans to rip up working conditions in the civil service and related organisations...

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Leicester PCS strike action: workplace nurseries saved in HMRC through action by PCS members , photo Steve Score

Leicester PCS strike action: workplace nurseries saved in HMRC through action by PCS members , photo Steve Score

10 October 2012

Workplace nurseries saved in HMRC

Following a month of solid and well-organised campaigning, two workplace nurseries in the revenue and customs civil service department (HMRC) have been saved from closure

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HMRC PCS members' strike, Sherbourne House, Coventry 8.6.11, photo Coventry SP

31 August 2012

PCS wins significant jobs agreement in HMRC

Strike action on Monday 3 September has been suspended in order to implement a deal on jobs, privatisation and sickness absence policy

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19 June 2012

Civil service reform plan built on sand

The civil service reform plan published today is "built on sand" because it is impossible to cut more than 100,000 jobs and improve services to the public, points out the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS).

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7 June 2012

Driving examiners and coastguard staff striking tomorrow

Driving examiners and coastguard staff in the PCS union will hold lightning strikes tomorrow (8 June) in the latest phase of a month of action by transport workers...

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30 May 2012

Strike in DVLA on Friday

A walkout on Friday 1st June by staff in 39 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency offices threatened with closure will kickstart a month of rolling strikes among the Public and Commercial Services union's 8,000 Department for Transport members...

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30 May 2012

PCS shows real unity for fighting the cuts

This year's PCS conference showed that the civil service union will continue to play a leading role in resisting the government's attacks on working-class people by reaching out to all those prepared to fight alongside the trade union movement, writes Rob Williams.

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23 May 2012

PCS conference votes for more joint action against cuts

Delegates at the Public and Commercial Services union's annual conference this morning (23rd May) voted in favour of further joint-union national strike action at the end of June against cuts to pensions, pay and jobs...

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On the 30 November strike in Newcastle, photo Elaine Brunskill

On the 30 November strike in Newcastle, photo Elaine Brunskill

25 April 2012

We're striking back on 10 May

Pension cuts, job cuts, service cuts: The PCS executive committee has called national strike action on 10 May (M10) as part of a united campaign with other unions, writes John McInally, National vice-president, Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), personal capacity.

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PCS on 30 June strike, photo Elaine Brunskill

18 April 2012

Strike on 10 May! Vote TUSC on 3 May!

The civil service union PCS executive has unanimously voted to call industrial action on pensions on 10 May, as part of a programme of action with other unions in the civil service, health and education sectors, writes John McInally, PCS vice president.

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28 March 2012

Budget 2012: reject regional pay

One of the many attacks on workers in the budget is the proposal to introduce regional pay in the public sector, including the civil service...

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29 February 2012

Continuing the pensions battle: PCS consultative ballot

Members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) are voting in a consultation over the next steps in fighting the government's assault on public sector pensions...

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27 February 2012

Civil servants voting in new pensions ballot

More than 250,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) have started voting in a consultation over the next steps in the fight against the government's cuts to pensions...

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30 January 2012

PCS members in HMRC strike on 31 January

Around 20,000 PCS members in Revenue and Customs are taking strike action against the introduction of the private sector into contact centres

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PCS left Unity meeting: Organising to step up the pensions struggle

PCS left Unity meeting: Organising to step up the pensions struggle

11 January 2012

We say: NO WAY! Strike to defend pensions

On Saturday 7 January Left Unity in the PCS civil service union hosted an emergency open organising meeting because our movement in defence of public sector pensions is at a critical point, writes Janice Godrich, PCS President and national chair of PCS Left Unity.

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N30 - Millions strike back at Con-Dem government on 30 November 2011, photo by Paul Mattsson

N30, pic Paul Mattsson

30 November 2011

30 November shows... We can win!

TUC must set the date: next united strike before 31 January: Extract of the speech given by John McInally, PCS civil service union vice-president, at the Bristol strike rally on 30 November

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17 November 2011

Unite votes Yes to strike action on 30 November

Members of the union Unite who work in the public sector have voted resoundingly in favour of industrial action to defend their pensions...

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