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5 May 2021
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.
21 April 2021
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.
3 March 2021
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.
24 February 2021
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
3 February 2021
On 1 February, a multi-year pay offer was made to union members in HMRC.
9 December 2020
Revenue and Customs (HMRC) management's business case for pay linked to contract changes has been agreed by the Treasury
6 November 2019
Socialist Party member Marion Lloyd, who is standing for general secretary of the civil service union PCS, spoke at the main rally at Socialism 2019.
11 September 2019
24 April 2019
There are just a few more days until the PCS pay ballot closes
27 March 2019
PCS civil servants' union members at the HMRC Ealing Office in west London had a successful half-day strike on 19 March
7 November 2018
This month votes take place to decide the PCS Left Unity candidates for the union's 2019 elections.
11 July 2018
The PCS civil servants' union pay strike ballot ends 23 July. In the time left we need to squeeze out every last vote.
23 May 2018
The full effects of Tory policies, both economic and social, are being felt in Leicester, as sweatshop conditions and shocking illegal levels of pay persist in 2018.
9 August 2017
The misery of austerity for millions of workers is set to continue under the Tories. Chancellor Phillip Hammond has defended the 1% pay cap and claimed that public sector workers are overpaid
9 November 2016
Huge changes are afoot in the civil service that will leave jobs slashed and public services a husk of their former selves. Given that 86,000 jobs have already been axed from the civil service over the past five years, this may seem like old news but the scale and scope of the Tories' austerity-driven changes are only now being revealed.
1 June 2016
PCS has been to the fore in resisting government cuts and attempting to bring together public sector unions in coordinated action.
30 March 2016
Tax avoidance has been in the headlines lately, provoking renewed calls to tax the rich and big business
3 February 2016
We all know the score. Put your hand in the till at work, you're gonna get sacked. Snatch someone's purse or wallet and you'll likely have the police after you. Hold up a bank and you'll get 15 years
25 November 2015
Unison members have been leafleting workplaces
13 May 2015
The PCS civil servants' union very existence has been threatened over the past year. The politically-motivated decision by the government to withdraw check-off has tested the union to its limits
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