We would like you to play a full part in activities to support our pay campaign over the next few weeks.
We are building on the success of our payday protests by organising activities on forthcoming paydays – including ‘big petition’ events – the next being on Wednesday (28). To coincide with the protests we are launching a new pay petition to target new Cabinet Office minister David Lidington with our pay demands of:
- a fully-funded 5% pay rise
- a Living Wage of £10 an hour
- pay equality across the civil service
- a common pay and grading structure.
We have also relaunched our pay calculator to allow members to share their losses with him and demand that he delivers fully-funded, above-inflation pay rises for all.
We would like all branches to lobby their constituency MP on pay on 2 March, ahead of our public sector pay rally at the House of Commons from 6pm on 6 March. We would like you to use our e-action to urge your MP to attend and support our pay campaign.
Register now to reserve your free space at the rally.
Spread the word and join us for our latest Facebook Live event on 13 March when PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka will be joined by shadow chancellor John McDonnell as they give their response to the chancellor’s spring statement.
Send your questions for Mark and John to email@example.com
On the issue of redundancy pay and the Civil Service Compensation Scheme, we continue to defend your terms and conditions in the face of proposed attacks by the government. Check our website and social media channels for the latest news on talks with the Cabinet Office.
Together we can win on pay.
PCS General Secretary