Wide screen devices may view this page better by clicking here

Public Services

spotCampaigns

spotOrganisations

spotArguments for socialism

spotPeople

spotInternational

spotEvents

spotAround the UK


All keywords


All Campaigns subcategories:

Anti-capitalism

Anti-fascist

Anti-racism

Anti-war

Asylum

Black and Asian

Children

CNWP

Corporate crime

Disability

Education

Election campaigns

Environment

EU

Finance

Food

Gender Recognition Act

Health and safety

Health and welfare

Housing

Human Rights

LGBT Pride

Local government

Local services

Low pay

Migration

Nationalisation

New workers party

NHS

Pensions

Post Office

Poverty

Privatisation

* Public Services

Socialism

Socialist

Sport

Stop the slaughter of Tamils

Students

The state

Transport

TUSC

Welfare rights

Women

Workplace and TU campaigns

Youth


Public Services


Highlight keywords  |Print this articlePrint this article
From: The Socialist issue 1132, 5 May 2021: Fight the rotten establishment

Search site for keywords: DWP - PCS - HMRC - Police - Marion Lloyd

Vote 'yes' in the PCS DWP ballot

PCS members on strike, photo Helen Pattison

PCS members on strike, photo Helen Pattison   (Click to enlarge)

Katrine Williams, vice-president PCS DWP group (personal capacity)

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.

We have been campaigning hard to build up collective response to the attacks from management on our members. The government is intent on giving the impression that everything is getting back to normal, despite the risks in our communities from Covid-19.

The Tories are also intent in putting the harsh welfare system back in place to penalise the claimants. Our members have been able to focus on paying benefits and supporting the public over the past year. And have been able to fully deliver services while keeping everyone safe, without the need to bring anyone into the workplace, while also providing face-to-face services to the limited number of claimants who have not been able to use remote channels.

The ballot will show the strength of feeling about safety and how services should be delivered with our members having the control over how best to support individual claimants. Management are intent on bringing everyone needlessly into the Jobcentres and the full strength of our membership needs to be mobilised to resist this.


PCS ballot closes 13 May - vote Broad Left Network

Dave Semple, PCS national executive committee member (personal capacity)

On 13 May the ballot closes for PCS president and national executive. This deadline takes no account of postal delivery time. So in reality just a few days remain to maximise the Broad Left Network vote.

A vote for Socialist Party member Marion Lloyd for president and for the Broad Left Network-supported national executive council candidates is a vote for a democratic union and a fighting leadership. A vote to make a stand against pay cuts and attacks on pensions and conditions. A vote to use our collective strength to protect all members.

Socialist Party members in PCS call upon activists and members to vote for these Broad Left Network-supported candidates.

Broad Left Network candidates

president: Marion Lloyd (BEIS); vice presidents: Fiona Brittle (Scot Gov), Sarah Brown (Met Police), Dave Semple (DWP); national executive committee: Andi Bridges (HMRC), Fiona Brittle (Scot Gov), Alex Brown (Health), Sarah Brown (Met Police), Jaime Davies (HMRC), Kevin Denman (Met Police), Alan Dennis (DSG), Nick Doyle (HMRC), Gill Foxton (DfE), Sue Francis (BEIS), Paul Guinnane (DfE), Rachel Heemskerk (DWP), Marion Lloyd (BEIS), Tom Lowry (DWP), Rachelle Mcdougall (HMRC), Nick Parker (BEIS), Dave Rees (DWP), Rob Ritchie (Met Police), Jon-Paul Rosser (HMRC), Dave Semple (DWP), Paul Suter (DWP), Saorsa-Amatheia Tweedale (DWP), Katrine Williams (DWP), Craig Worswick (DWP), Colin Young (DfE), Bobby Young (HMRC)

Donate to the Socialist Party

Finance appeal

The coronavirus crisis has laid bare the class character of society in numerous ways. It is making clear to many that it is the working class that keeps society running, not the CEOs of major corporations.

The results of austerity have been graphically demonstrated as public services strain to cope with the crisis.

Inevitably, during the crisis we have not been able to sell the Socialist and raise funds in the ways we normally would.
We therefore urgently appeal to all our viewers to donate to our Fighting Fund.

Please donate here.

All payments are made through a secure server.

My donation

 

Your message: 

 






Public Services keywords:

Anti-austerity (263)

Anti-cuts (278)

Data loss (1)

Defend public services (22)

HMRC (69)

Public sector (455)

Public sector trade unions (6)

Public services (236)

Public-sector (109)

Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Article dated 5 May 2021

Join the Socialist Party
Subscribe to Socialist Party publications
Donate to the Socialist Party

MEMBER RESOURCES

Pay in Fighting Fund

Pay in paper and book sales

Leaflets

Bulk book orders

New member submission

WHAT'S ON

triangle26 Sep Martin Powell-Davies for National Education Union DGS

triangle27 Sep Leeds Socialist Party: The Transitional Programme

triangle29 Sep Hackney & Islington Socialist Party: Brazil and Latin America

More...


The Socialist, weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party

Subscribespacer|spacerebook / Kindlespacer|spacerPDF versionspacer|spacerText / Printspacer|spacer1148 onlinespacer|spacerBack issuesspacer|spacer Audio files


CWI rally, Sunday 26 September 2021, 14-00. Youtube.com/CWImedia

A CWI rally, Sunday 26 September 2021, 14-00. Youtube.com/CWImedia

What We Stand For
Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Platform setting: =

Desktop version