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Mark Serwotka re-elected unopposed for fourth term

23 Oct 2014

Mark Serwotka has been re-elected unopposed for a fourth term as general secretary of PCS.
Cuts are increasing stress and ill health for civil servants

22 Oct 2014

Cuts to jobs and increasing workloads are leading to more stress and ill health in the civil service, according to new surveys for PCS.
Universal credit 'mired in mismanagement, spin and half-truths'

22 Oct 2014

Commenting on claims by Iain Duncan Smith today that his universal credit scheme is still on track, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
Passenger safety could be at risk if CAA medical services outsourced

17 Oct 2014

Airline passenger safety could be put at risk as the industry's regulator plans to either scrap of sell off its medical services.
More tax offices to close as cuts to revenue department continue

16 Oct 2014

The department that collects the taxes that fund all our other public services today announced it will close another 14 offices in the UK and cut more than 1,000 jobs.
New cost of living figures show real effect of pay cuts

15 Oct 2014

As almost a quarter of a million civil and public servants prepare to strike tomorrow, new cost of living figures reveal the real effect of pay cuts.
Civil servants on strike to break pay cap

12 Oct 2014

NHS pensions staff will be the first PCS members on strike this week as they join health sector colleagues tomorrow.
Private firm takes controlling stake in first civil service 'mutual'

2 Oct 2014

Opposition to the first civil service 'mutual' is vindicated today as, just two years in, a private firm takes a controlling stake in the company.


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