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.
As the Conservative party agrees a deal with the DUP to support Theresa May's minority government in the House of Commons, we reiterate our commitment to equality.
Following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, where at least 79 people died and many more are missing and injured, our national executive committee has agreed support for those affected.
Lifting the 1% public sector pay cap is a key demand of the anti-cuts marchers in London on 1 July, with millions of workers suffering from years of pay restraint. And PCS members have shared their struggles to make ends meet