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Why I deserve a pay rise

Helen works in Bereavement and State Pension Changes for DWP, a challenging role during the coronavirus pandemic. She explains why she feels she deserves a decent payrise and lifestyle.

Why I deserve a decent pay rise

Ahead of our second fair pay day on Friday, 26 February, members have been sharing what 10 years of pay restraint have done to them.

The Spirit of 1994

As part of LGBT+ History Month, Richard reflects on his experiences as an LGBT+ person during the days of Section 28, and his first Pride.

Rediscovering our spirit

Jordan David, PCS Proud national committee member, reflects on his views of LGBT+ History Month and says as we slowly recover from the pandemic we need to rediscover our spirit and fight to keep those rights that we’ve won

Refugee Bini’s story – part 2 – claiming asylum, a new life and making a difference

In the second of two blog posts where PCS president Fran Heathcote talks to refugee Bini Arai about his story he describes the process of claiming asylum, his new life and the benefits he believes refugees can bring to the UK

Refugee Bini’s story – part 1, finding anywhere safe

In the first in a two-part blog post, PCS president Fran Heathcote talks to refugee Bini Arai who tells his story and provides the facts about seeking asylum

Why I deserve a decent pay rise

For our first fair pay day on Friday, 29 January, members have been sharing what 10 years of pay restraint have done to them.

Why I deserve a decent pay rise

On our first fair pay day on Friday, 29 January, members have been sharing what 10 years of pay restraint have done to them.

Why I deserve a decent pay rise

Ahead of our first fair pay day on Friday, 29 January, members have been sharing what 10 years of pay restraint have done to them.

Lockdown or mockdown? Chaos in the courts service

Despite the fact so much more is known about how Covid 19 is transmitted, that the new strain is 70% more transmissible and the NHS is teetering on the brink of being overwhelmed, the HMCTS cry is ‘business as usual’.

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