2018's congress took place in Manchester from 9-12 September.
For the 150th TUC Congress we sent a message to chancellor Philip Hammond that in his upcoming budget in November he needs to invest in public services and start to redress the balance after nearly a decade of austerity.
Our delegation of senior lay reps, led by PCS president Janice Godrich, spoke to a variety of motions and attended various fringe events throughout the course of the 4 days, including raising issues around social security, public sector pay, justice for the Windrush generation and calling for the Trade Union Act to be amend to allow e-balloting to be introduced.
Our call to end austerity and invest in public services was shown in our conference booklet and on our stall, where visitors were be able to send a message to the chancellor using our e-action, launched during Congress, and dozens of people posed for a selfie with him (or at least a life-size cardboard cut-out).
You can recap on news from our delegation in our TUC daily reports section.