Tagged with PCS Bootle Taxes

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 – May edition now available

Bits & PCS – May edition now available

After a long hiatus the Bootle Taxes Branch newsletter, Bits & PCS, is back. The latest issue features: Reports on the launch of the PCS pay campaign Mental health awareness Your state pension Building Our Future Sudoku And more… Reps will be handing out copies within the branch this week. However, you can also download … Continue reading

PCS members raise their voices over pay

PCS members raise their voices over pay

Today (Friday 31 March) saw PCS members across the country take part in protests over pay. In Bootle, reps spent lunchtime handing out leaflets and gathering signatures for the union’s petition to Treasury Secretary David Gauke. Members were keen to sign their name to the demand that the pay cap be broken, and a number … Continue reading

Tax Justice For All stall in the Strand

Tax Justice For All stall in the Strand

Today (29 August) members of PCS Bootle Taxes Branch held a public stall outside the Strand shopping centre. The aim was to garner public support for the Tax Justice For All campaign as our work-to-rule nears its end and we prepare to take strike action next week. PCS members in HMRC are taking action with … Continue reading

Protesters rattle Iain Duncan Smith in Bootle

Protesters rattle Iain Duncan Smith in Bootle

Today (Friday 29 June), Iain Duncan Smith went to Bootle in what was planned as a low-key visit to Department for Work and Pensions offices. Instead it was the scene of a lively picket where local trade unionists and activists had gathered to oppose the capinet minister’s arrival. Members of Bootle Taxes Branch were amongst … Continue reading