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23 May 2018

PCS conference votes for strike action

At its conference in Brighton on 22 May the PCS civil servants' union voted decisively for a statutory strike ballot against the Tories 1% pay cap. The ballot date is not fixed but is expected to start in June.

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17 May 2018

Threat to unity of PCS left

Support Chris Baugh's re-election as AGS: PCS members will be shocked and disappointed that Janice Godrich intends to stand against fellow Socialist Party member Chris

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16 May 2018

Leeds Acas conciliators walkout

You know the squeeze in the public sector is coming to a crunch when workers for an organisation that was set up to try to prevent strikes walk out on strike themselves. But that was precisely what happened as conciliators at Acas took strike action on 11 May.

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15 May 2018

PCS elections - Left sweeps the board

This year's election has produced a landslide victory for the Democracy Alliance slate

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15 May 2018

PCS conference 2018: building on the union's militant record

An interview with Socialist Party member Chris Baugh - three times elected PCS assistant general secretary - who will again be seeking the support of Left Unity to be its candidate in next year's election.

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9 May 2018

Use TUC march as launch pad for action on pay

National strike action is possible if the unions build a real fighting campaign for it.

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9 May 2018

PCS: A fighting strategy to defeat the Tory pay cap

The PCS civil service union pay claim for a fully funded pay increase of 5% or 1,200 minimum and a commitment to centralised bargaining has been rejected by the Tory government.

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18 April 2018

Vote for a left, fighting PCS leadership

It is vital that local reps act quickly to persuade members to vote for the Democracy Alliance slate

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18 April 2018

PCS rejects Acas offer - further strikes announced

PCS served notice to conciliation servuce Acas on 11 April to start a programme of industrial action if the employer does not offer to improve chronic short staffing, downgrading and moving jobs out of London

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11 April 2018

PCS elections: Vote for Democracy Alliance candidates!

Ballot papers for the PCS civil service union national executive committee and group elections will start arriving on 20 April

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28 March 2018

British Museum: Carillion workers demand to be brought back in-house

I had the pleasure of supporting PCS members working for Carillion outside the British Museum at their protest on 20 March calling for the cleaning and facilities management contract to be brought back in-house, writes Chris Baugh, PCS assistant general secretary.

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7 March 2018

PCS: Re-elect the left and fight for decent pay

The past month or so, branches of the civil servants' union PCS have been holding annual general meetings, writes Marion Lloyd, PCS NEC and chair Left Unity.

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31 January 2018

Local government workers' reps reject 2% pay offer

The fight for coordinated strike action to win fair pay for public sector workers took a step closer on 23 January when the elected Unison national committee for local government workers voted to recommend rejection of the 2% pay offer to its 600,000 members.

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24 January 2018

PCS executive agrees next steps in pay campaign

On 31 January PCS members from across the UK civil service will participate in pay day protests over public sector pay restraint which has seen a 20% cut in wages since 2010. These protests come on the back of our fantastic consultative ballot result.

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8 December 2017

Local government pay: fight for the 5% claim, fully funded

Over a million council and school workers have been waiting to see if there would be any relief from their constant falling living standards as they have watched their pay fall by 21% in real terms since 2010.

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6 December 2017

Driving examiners walkout hits first day of new test

PCS members at Wakefield Driving Test Centre began two days of strike action on 4 December against attacks on their terms and conditions of work as part of a national dispute

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6 December 2017

PCS Left Unity celebrates 40th anniversary at annual conference

Socialist Party members continue to play a key role: The conference agreed the need to apply pressure on other unions to meet with each other to coordinate campaigns and action

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29 November 2017

PCS union says no to pay misery

Other public sector unions are considering their position, with a number proposing to hold similar consultative ballots. This is to be welcomed - and they need to get on with it

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29 November 2017

DWP to outsource more work to Capita

The decision to outsource new benefits claims to Capita will be disastrous

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