After two days of successful and well supported industrial action by PCS members over cuts to their pensions at Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace, Historic Royal Palaces agreed to reopen negotiations which took place today (15).
The national executive committee has unanimously decided to hold a ballot of over 120,000 members working in government departments for strike action over pay. The ballot will open on 18 March and close on 29 April.
What’s your question for PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka? Send yours in now for our latest Facebook Live event taking place in Bristol at 5.30pm on Thursday (7).
Support PCS members at the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace who are walking out tomorrow (6) over attacks on their pensions.
No money left after bills, I’ve never felt so poor and I’m scraping by for another month were just some of the comments from PCS members about what payday means to them.
PCS has expressed anger and concern over the government’s announcement to pause part of the valuations process for public service pensions.