‘Pay more, work longer, get less’ remains government position

27 June 2011 Speaking after today’s meeting with ministers over the government’s plans to cut public sector pensions, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “It was disappointing that the meeting proved to be no different to any of the others … Continue reading

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