13 May 2022
In HMPPS, staff morale is already at an all-time low due to the derisory pay offer they recently received but the announcement the government is demanding departments cut 91,000 jobs over the next 3 years, again highlights its contempt for its staff.
26 April 2022
PCS has dismissed as absurd prime minister Boris Johnson’s calls to privatise HM Passport Office when it is clear that the current problems in passport processing are mainly down to the casualisation of the workforce.
25 April 2022
The government has withdrawn its controversial refugee pushbacks policy just over a week before a judicial review on the matter, brought by 4 organisations including PCS, was due to be heard in the High Court.
24 March 2022
We have recorded another great win in the High Court on the issue of check-off, this time against the Home Office.
8 February 2022
Prisons and the justice system should be measured on the outcomes the public want, less crime, less recidivism, and a safer society to live in, we have made clear in our response to the government’s consultation on its prisons strategy white paper.