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Eleanor Smith, MP for Wolverhampton South West, has restated her strong opposition to the closure of the Wolverhampton HMRC offices. The closure will mean more than 300 jobs will be lost from Wolverhampton, a large group of which are highly skilled and make a significant impact to the city economy.
The Tory leader of Coventry City Council, Garry Ridley, tells Radio Coventry & Warwickshire why the Council unanimously voted to oppose the closeure of Coventry HMRC.
MPs across the region have continued to come out in support of the PCS campaign for the removal of the 1% pay cap and for every member of our union to receive an above inflation pay rise.
A number of Westminster politicians from the Midlands have today called for the government to 'scrap the pay cap' set on civil and public sector workers, following the PCS ballot result over pay.
PCS has arranged for 2 coaches to London for PCS members in the Midlands region.