The government is abandoning unemployed, sick and disabled people, and putting hundreds of jobs at risk, by confirming today the closure of almost one in 10 jobcentres.
Ministers are ducking responsibility over the public sector pay cap by repeatedly claiming they will listen to pay review bodies.
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka will highlight the damage inflicted by years of government cuts to public services and workers’ pay at a public meeting in Cardiff tonight (4).
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka will call for communities to unite together to bring an end to the Tories’ discredited austerity agenda at a public anti-cuts meeting in Bristol tomorrow (5 July).
The Dorset festival to celebrate workers’ rights takes place on 14- 16 July.