PCS pay campaign meetings and rallies, where members are encouraged to come and have their say on our pay campaign, continue on Monday (21) and will take place across the UK over the next few weeks.
Read how you can get involved in young workers’ month which starts on Thursday (1 November) and promotes trade unions to young workers and apprentices and highlights some of the issues they face.
Justice in a Time of Austerity is a project about how the justice system has been affected by cuts to legal aid. The researchers want to hear your stories.
PCS reacts angrily to the budget today declaring extra funding for Universal Credit to be nothing more than a “sticking plaster over a gaping wound.”
Invest in staffing and resources in the Department for Work and Pensions staffing and resources, including an above-inflation pay rise for staff, and reverse benefits cuts is one of the PCS demands ahead of Monday’s budget.
PCS believes that next week’s budget more than ever needs to address tax priorities including resourcing of HMRC, halting the department’s Building our Future programme and ensuring anti-avoidance measures can be robustly implemented.