This year’s Gala, or Big Meeting, will be held on Saturday 8 July, celebrating trade union history and workers’ rights.
PCS has raised concerns that plans to relocate the Public Lending Right system, which gives UK authors a legal right to receive payment for the loans of their books by public libraries, will further contribute to job losses in Stockton-on-Tees, an area already suffering with high unemployment.
PCS is supporting the Women Chainmakers’ Festival on Saturday (1 July), the UK’s largest celebration of women's political history.
A review of the pay cap promised today by the government must include all public sector workers and lead to pay rises for all of them.
How to build the union movement in workplaces and communities will be discussed at this year's annual Tolpuddle Martyrs' Seminar on 11 July, featuring PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka.