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Welsh government must solve museums dispute

27 Apr 2016

The Welsh government must intervene to resolve a two-year pay dispute at the national museums,PCS says as its members there begin indefinite strike action.
TUC should organise a national day of action for junior doctors, union says

26 Apr 2016

The TUC should organise a national day of action in support of the junior doctors' dispute and our NHS, PCS says today.
Trade union bill ‘rotten to the core’ and should be scrapped

19 Apr 2016

Despite today’s welcome concession over check-off, the government’s trade union bill is “rotten to the core” and should be scrapped.
Land Registry sell-off would increase risks and costs to homebuyers

13 Apr 2016

Privatising the Land Registry would increase risks and costs to homebuyers, PCS says in its formal response to the government’s consultation.
Business department's secret plan to slash services

8 Apr 2016

PCS is warning that Sajid Javid’s plan, revealed in a leaked memo, to cut a further 2,500 jobs at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills would devastate the services the department provides.
Business department’s Sheffield closure plan threatens steel towns revival

6 Apr 2016

The business department's plan to close its Sheffield office and move 250 policy jobs back to central London could damage efforts to revive areas hit by steel closures, PCS warns.
Panama papers show tax dodging requires global action

4 Apr 2016

Commenting on the Panama papers revelations, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:

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