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Welsh Museums staff threatened with huge loss of pay

National Museums Wales members declare no confidence in their senior management as a ballot on pay and allowances begins

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Stronger workplaces key for PCS in challenging government

21 May 2015

PCS needs to be stronger in workplaces to effectively challenge our employers and the government over pay, job cuts and privatisation to mobilise members in support of our campaigns.

Complaint to TUC about Unison

21 May 2015

PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka moved a motion asking for ADC support for a complaint that the union has been forced to make to the TUC about Unison.

Conference shows solidarity to US anti-racism campaigners

21 May 2015

PCS conference agreed to a show of solidarity for campaigners fighting racism in the US.

John McDonnell: industrial action will be necessary to defeat Tories

20 May 2015

PCS parliamentary group chair John McDonnell called for solidarity across the union movement and for PCS to show solidarity in the face of the Tories' cuts and privatisation.

Union's voting reform campaign an 'inspiration'

20 May 2015

PCS's fresh campaign for a fairer voting system is an "inspiration", the head of a leading electoral reform organisation says.

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