24 May 2013Coastguards at closure-threatened stations around the UK will hold short walkouts during the bank holiday weekend over imposed government cuts.
21 May 2013The government faces fresh national strike action in June by civil and public servants as PCS's annual conference agrees to step up opposition to imposed cuts to pay, pensions, jobs and working conditions.
20 May 2013In his keynote address on the opening day of this year's PCS annual conference tomorrow (21) general secretary Mark Serwotka will outline the alternative to austerity and defeatism.
17 May 2013Plans announced today (17) to move a step closer to privatising the Land Registry risk undermining public confidence and the housing market.
15 May 2013A series of strikes in the culture and heritage sector opens with walkouts by British Library workers on Thursday (16) and Friday.
15 May 2013Commenting on today's unemployment and pay figures, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
14 May 2013A national three-month campaign of strikes and protests by PCS continues tomorrow (15) with a strike by environment staff.
13 May 2013Up to 300 security staff at the Houses of Parliament will strike tomorrow (14) in a long-running row over imposed shift patterns.
10 May 2013A US-based multinational computer firm previously mired in controversy over a troubled NHS IT programme is accused by PCS of stoking a dispute on its new defence contract.
9 May 2013Commenting on the latest figures for benefit fraud and error Public and Commercial Services union general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
8 May 2013Commenting on the Queen's Speech, Public and Commercial Services union general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
7 May 2013A three-day series of walkouts by public bodies starting on the day of the Queen's Speech will highlight the importance of their work.
2 May 2013UK Uncut Legal Action's high court challenge to the deal struck between HM Revenue Customs and Goldman Sachs is an important part of the campaign against tax dodging.
1 May 2013The lack of appetite from civil servants to become part of a 'mutual' is proved today (1) by the announcement the next in line for part-privatisation is a small team wedded to the Cabinet Office's ideology.
1 May 2013Education secretary Michael Gove's civil servants will walk out on strike this afternoon in opposition to the closure of half of his department's offices.