DVLA strike grows in strength

09 Apr 2021

Huge public support as 1,400 staff in DVLA strike for four days. Sign up for a public rally at noon today (9 April).

The strike action taken by PCS DVLA members from 6 April got off to a fantastic start, with more than 1,400 operational staff who have been forced to work on site striking for 4 days.

More members joined the strike action on 7 and 8 April after seeing the success and the outpouring of support from the local community, MPs and other unions.

This phase of the industrial action is now in its fourth and final day. As the dispute gathers even more public attention, the strike fund has seen donations from across the country. Over £3,000 in donations to support DVLA workers taking action have come in over the last few days.

We round off the action with a rally today (9 April) at noon, where we will be joined by PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady, local MPs and some of our striking members. It is a public rally and everyone is welcome to come along and show support. Sign up for the rally.

How you can help

  • Complete the e-action to secretary of state Grant Shapps to urge him to intervene
  • Donate to the strike fund: Account name: Fighting Fund Levy, A/C No: 20331490, sort code: 60-83-01, use reference: DVLA
  • Set up a direct debit to make regular donations to the strike fund.
  • Send a message of solidarity to dvla@pcs.org.uk

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