Ongoing injustices against Palestinians were condemned by the TUC today (11) in a motion supported by PCS.
PCS supported calls for a renewed wave of trade union campaigning against homophobia in the face of rising hate attacks and right wing rhetoric.
PCS renewed calls for proper funding for the justice system to reverse years of swingeing cuts which have had a “devastating impact” on society.
By staying united, staying strong and keeping fighting we can win the pensions public sector workers need and deserve, was the powerful conclusion to the PCS public sector pensions fringe at TUC.
The appalling fact that two years after the Grenfell Tower fire many public buildings are still wrapped in the same combustible cladding was highlighting by a TUC motion supported by PCS.
Trade unions need to be at the forefront of tackling climate change to avert a global catastrophe, PCS told the TUC Congress today (10).
The lack of attention paid to the mental health of low-paid workers was highlighted in a motion to TUC Congress supported by PCS.
The impact of period poverty on schoolchildren, homeless women, refugees and asylum seekers was highlighted by a TUC Congress motion supported by PCS.
PCS members striking for a Living Wage at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy were given a magnificent welcome by TUC Congress as they arrived in Brighton.
PCS called for the end of outsourcing and privatisation in the civil service following a TUC campaign launch in Brighton.
PCS calls for restoration of genuine collective bargaining to combat low pay and discrimination
The union supported a motion at TUC Congress calling for collective and sectoral bargaining to be extended over more parts of the economy.
The union vowed to campaign to democratise industrial relations, calling for the scrapping the anti-trade union laws and introducing e-balloting
Radical demands for an overhaul of the modern workplace, including a four day week, worker ownership and maximum pay ratios were supported by PCS at TUC Congress
PCS has called for a joint union campaign to defend pensions against government attack in Brighton today.
As TUC president Mark told delegates at the TUC Congress in Brighton today (8) to unite against a no-deal Brexit and a prime minister who is “worse than Thatcher.”
Whether you voted leave or remain we all have to oppose no deal and have an election as a matter urgency on our terms, was the message to TUC Congress from PCS.
Join PCS at our TUC fringe meeting in Brighton on Tuesday lunchtime to hear how unions can ensure members’ public service pensions are honoured.
Last week, following the government’s announcement of a suspension of parliament for a crucial 5-week period in September and October, PCS responded by joining the condemnation of Johnson’s clear attack on democracy and urged members to join protests being organised across the UK.
Unite to stop the public sector pensions robbery, is the central message from the PCS delegation heading to Brighton for the 151st TUC Congress this week.