With a backlog of hundreds of thousands of cases the latest court closure announcement makes no sense, says PCS.
Each week we are going through the alphabet with the PCS A to Z to look at why government workers should join and get involved in PCS – starting with A for our anti-racism and anti-fascism campaign work.
The advice to government workers from the Cabinet Office remains stay working from home if you can, despite contradictory and confusing messages from Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove.
In the coming week PCS is offering a wide range of short courses available to all PCS members, from mindfulness to maths, sign language to pregnancy rights during the Covid-19 crisis.
Tolpuddle Martys Online Festival is only a week away and at 11.30am on 18 July, PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka joins a great panel of speakers to discuss valuing the public sector workers who have done so much to help people during the Covid-19 crisis.
Members have been left angered and despondent by the news after it was leaked to the press before PCS and other unions were told.