19 July 2022
The fact that court documents reveal senior Home Office officials repeatedly told the government not to strike a deal with Rwanda over asylum seekers vindicates PCS's decision to bring court proceedings opposing the policy.
14 June 2022
MPs have called on the government to resolve Passport Office backlogs by improving staff retention by meeting PCS pay demands and working with us to end the outsourcing of services.
25 May 2022
Industrial action works, and inspires others to stand up and say ‘enough is enough’, said the chair of the PCS parliamentary group as he delivered the group’s annual report to conference the day after delegates agreed to ballot over pay and pensions.
24 January 2022
PCS members in NATS (Air Traffic Systems) are being balloted until 28 January over a proposed deal on redeployment redundancy policies.
25 November 2021
27 people drowned last night, after trying to reach the UK in a small boat. Amongst the dead include 17 men, seven women - one of whom was pregnant - and three children, France's interior minister Gerald Darmanin has said.