News reported today that almost 180 arms-length government bodies face the axe shows the coalition's plans are being driven by ideology not necessity, PCS says.
Guidance issued by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence around pregnancy and complex social factors, suggests that midwives could enter schools to give pupils antenatal support.
Responding to today's announcement by HM Revenue and Customs that ï¿½42 billion in tax was uncollected in 2009/10, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
The governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King was questioned by PCS at the TUC annual conference about closing the tax gap as an alternative to public spending cuts.
Responding to today's (14 September) presentation of the TUC youth award to Public and Commercial Services union rep Debbie Mallet, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
Supporting the call at the TUC conference for co-ordinated action by the unions against the government's public spending cuts, the Public and Commercial Services union has made the case for the...
Moving the TUC conference motion in defence of the welfare state, Public and Commercial Services union national president Janice Godrich said the government's budget in June was an attack on its...
The Public and Commercial Services union will hold a protest against the closure of 157 courts in England and Wales.
The coalition government does not need to cut a single job in the civil and public services, PCS says on the eve of the TUC annual conference.
Errors that led to 1.4 million people receiving a demand for unpaid taxes were predicted by PCS three years ago.