Public Meeting – Campaigning for Jobs in Bootle

Public Meeting – Campaigning for Jobs in Bootle

Bootle Town Hall, Oriel Road 5pm, Friday 15 December Speakers include: Marianne Owens, PCS National Executive Committee Peter Dowd MP Dan Carden MP All PCS members, members of sister unions and local residents welcome HMRC is pressing ahead with plans to close all of its offices and move into new Regional Centres. The Liverpool Regional … Continue reading

Battle for Bootle Campaign Relaunched

Battle for Bootle Campaign Relaunched

Members vote to fight for HMRC to retain Bootle presence alongside the Regional Centre in India Buildings Autumn General Meeting agrees to battle for additional Bootle centre Political support from Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Peter Dowd At our Autumn General Meeting, members of Bootle Taxes Branch voted to fight for a retained presence … Continue reading

Bits & PCS – October edition now available

Bits & PCS – October edition now available

The latest edition of the Bootle Taxes Branch newsletter, Bits & PCS, is now available. The latest issue features: Why you should vote in the PCS pay ballot Back pay victory for HMRC cleaners The India Buildings Announcement Why engagement is no substitute for collective bargaining Sudoku And more… Reps will be handing out copies … Continue reading

Join the 29 September Pay Day Protests

Join the 29 September Pay Day Protests

Where: Bootle One Stop Shop When: 12.30pm, 29 September PCS are balloting members in a consultative vote over industrial action to break the 1% pay cap. Ahead of the ballot opening, in support of the pay campaign, we’re joining the union’s day of protest on 29 September. Gather outside the One Stop Shop, opposite the … Continue reading

Pay up campaign – members’ meetings

Pay up campaign – members’ meetings

Work in The Triad or Litherland House? Come to The Jollys on Marsh Lane for 12.15pm Work in Comben House? Come to the Santander social club on Bridle Road for 13.45pm We are holding members’ meetings on 31 August to discuss PCS’s campaign to end the civil service pay cap, including the upcoming consultative ballot. … Continue reading