Responding to news of further cuts in the Equality and Human Rights Commission, PCS vice president Sue Bond said:
Responding to today's story in the Guardian newspaper about the impact of cuts in the Crown Prosecution Service, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
The new government's plans to cut civil service redundancy terms could be challenged in parliament and the courts, PCS warns.
More than 100 senior PCS reps and officials are meeting today to discuss reaction to the most draconian public spending cuts in living memory.
Regional services will be put at risk if the government's plan to abolish its network of offices goes ahead, the Public and Commercial Services union warns.
Responding to today's announcement that the government intends to change the law to cut civil service redundancy terms, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
Responding to news that the government is planning to drive through massive cuts to civil service redundancy pay, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
Plans announced by the Department for Work and Pensions today to cut 8,000 jobs from jobcentres by March 2011 are "economically absurd", PCS says.
Responding to former Labour MEP Richard Balfe's comments reported in today's Telegraph, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said:
The country's largest civil service union, PCS, has condemned the suggestion that public servants should put forward ideas for spending cuts as breathtakingly arrogant and deceitful.