29 Jul 2014Tens of thousands of tax workers will strike this week in an ongoing dispute over job cuts.
25 Jul 2014Thousands of passport workers will strike on Monday (28) in a bid to end staffing shortages that have caused the ongoing backlog crisis.
23 Jul 2014Social security support for sick and disabled people should be brought back in-house, PCS says as MPs criticise two government schemes.
23 Jul 2014The government's drive to hive off parts of the civil service into mutuals has been a damp squib because there is no appetite for it.
23 Jul 2014PCS is challenging the Ministry of Justice over its sell-off of personal and commercially sensitive data ahead of a six-day strike against the move.
22 Jul 2014Commenting on the revelation in a National Audit Office report published today that almost £350 million was squandered on a failed immigration IT project, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
22 Jul 2014A damning report into IT spending, published today (22), lays bare how private companies are being allowed to profit at the expense of taxpayers.
22 Jul 2014The remit of the government's Oakley review into social security sanctions was too narrow to ever make a difference.
18 Jul 2014Expressing concern at Gatwick Airport's decision to award a 10-year air traffic contract to German provider DFS, PCS national officer Jeremy Gautrey said:
16 Jul 2014Commenting on today's official figures showing wages continuing to lag well behind inflation, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
4 Jul 2014PCS has welcomed today's High Court ruling that retrospective legislation in the Cait Reilly Poundland case was unlawful.
3 Jul 2014PCS has pledged to mount a "vigorous and visible campaign" against plans to privatise all visitor services at one of the UK's most important cultural attractions.
2 Jul 2014Three years in, the Department for Work and Pensions' flagship back to work scheme is still underperforming and providers are cherrypicking the easiest cases, government auditors say.
1 Jul 2014Civil servants will join the 1.5 million-strong strike over pay on 10 July, PCS confirms.
1 Jul 2014Radio 4's PM programme has reported this evening that the backlog in passport applications continues to rise.