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Issue No. 2248

Revenue & Customs vote for strikes

PCS civil service workers’ union members in the Revenue and Customs department have voted for strikes over imposed changes to attendance policy.

Members voted to strike by 59.1 percent on a 41 percent turnout. The PCS group executive in Revenue and Customs meets on 3 May to discuss the next steps.

DSA strike votes wins a retreat

A strike vote in the Driving Standards Agency has meant that management has backed off over a number of issues. Significantly, management has dropped its plans to close the department’s Cardiff office.

Vote Democracy Alliance

Voting has begun in elections for the PCS’s national executive. Socialist Worker is backing the Democracy Alliance slate. Go to

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Tue 19 Apr 2011, 17:53 BST
Issue No. 2248
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