ASLEF concerned “fake news” might lead to passengers assaulting train drivers

ASLEF concerned “fake news” might lead to passengers assaulting train drivers

Union calls for Southern franchise to be stripped away in wake of firm pending misinformation More »

BREAKING: Coyne sacked by Unite

BREAKING: Coyne sacked by Unite

Former West Midlands Regional Secretary says he will appeal the decision More »

Sign the TSSA petition to save British Transport Police

Sign the TSSA petition to save British Transport Police

Union launches campaign to persuade Scottish government to drop proposals to devolve BTP officers north of the border More »

Scrap the cap! Unions demand end to NHS pay restraint

Scrap the cap! Unions demand end to NHS pay restraint

Organisations representing 1.3m health workers write to May calling her to scrap the cap More »

Thompsons: May is failing to protect human rights abuses at work

Thompsons: May is failing to protect human rights abuses at work

Iain Birrell says only a Labour government could properly recognise the importance of workers having genuine rights More »

 

Tag Archives: PCS

It pays to work? Prove it. Union challenge to IDS

PCS members strike at Hewlett Packard over cuts to jobs and pay

Gove’s civil servants to strike again next week

Department of Education confirms closure of half of its offices

BREAKING: Union welcomes government U-turn over Lawrence legacy law

PCS says retention of section 3 of the Equality Act is a "victory for society "

No place like the Home Office for a strike

PCS members escalate action over cuts to pay, pensions and working conditions

Civil servants tax HMRC bosses with half-day strike

PCS says postponed Home Office and former UKBA action will take place in a fortnight

PCS reports “enthusiastic” response as “long weekend of industrial action” begins

Tens of thousands of PCS members across the country reported to have taken part in half-day walkout which began at 1pm

PCS members target IDS over benefit sanctions

Union seeks meeting with work and pensions secretary over sanctions

Unions signal mass resistance to austerity by backing People’s Assembly

Unions support "alternative democratic forum to Parliament"

Union hits back at “scaremonger” Cameron over immigration

PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka accuses PM of being "insulting" and "plain wrong"

Union members in line for £1m pay-out after contract row

DWP in the dock over its handling of redundancy payments