“Stop the spin”, PCS has told Scottish Government cabinet secretary for finance, Derek Mackay, as we recognise that new proposals outlined in the Scottish budget still represent a pay cut for public and civil servants.
PCS members working for the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) began a programme of industrial action today (23 November).
PCS can help members who need help to improve their functional skills, including maths, English and ICT, and civil service apprentice members who are required to achieve their adult maths and English level 2 qualifications.
PCS members and workers across the public sector face growing pay poverty as chancellor Philip Hammond failed to act to address the crisis in public sector pay in his budget this lunchtime.
PCS says today’s budget fails to deliver on public sector pay, Universal Credit or tax evasion.
Today, PCS members on the Babcock contract delivering training and support to the Tank Regiment, went on strike over pay.