20 April 2012
Demonstrations will be held outside the constituency offices of Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude (Horsham); education secretary Michael Gove (Surrey Heath); work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith (Chingford and Woodford Green); business secretary Vince Cable (Twickenham); and chancellor George Osborne's Tatton constituency - where a larger protest had to be cancelled when a wealthy landowner denied access to open space.
A similar protest is also being planned with Oxford and District Trades Council in prime minister David Cameron's Witney constituency for Saturday 28 April.
The union this week announced that its 250,000 civil and public services members will be holding national strikes with other unions over pensions on 10 May and in June.
PCS London and south east regional secretary Keith Johnston said: "Public servants are being forced to pay more and work up to eight years longer for thousands of pounds less in retirement, at the same time as their jobs are threatened and living standards are being driven down.
"Our message to the minister is that instead of punishing us for problems caused by wealthy bankers, his government should be investing to help our communities to thrive and our economy to grow."