PCS members working for Historic Royal Palaces are being balloted this week over possible action to defend their pensions against massive proposed cuts.
Trade unions, campaign groups and political parties are supporting a mass lobby of parliament on 11 December calling for electoral reform.
On 2 August 2018 our union’s national executive committee provided a statement outlining PCS policy on proposed reform of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) following the beginning of the Westminster government consultation on the matter.
A PCS Ministry of Defence member who fractured his wrist when opening a security door at the British Embassy in Washington DC, has been awarded compensation following support from PCS and Thompsons Solicitors.
PCS has expressed outrage that our members are being punished with a de-facto 1% pay cap when top executives are taking home well over £100,000 and increases well above inflation.