Unions to meet Government officials as anger grows over civil service job cuts

Union leaders will meet up with Governing administration officials next week amid continued anger about the Primary Minister’s system to axe tens of 1000’s of work in the civil service.

Associates from the Community and Professional Services union (PCS) will alert that delays in issuing passports and driving licences will get worse if workers figures are lower.

The union has warned of strikes in response to Boris Johnson’s prepared 91,000 civil assistance career cuts.

PCS standard secretary Mark Serwotka said: “Our associates are in a state of shock. That the initially they heard of these cuts was when it was announced in the media tells you all you require to know about what the Government thinks of civil servants.

“Our members, the heroes praised by the Govt for risking their life maintaining the place jogging in the course of the pandemic, are now becoming instructed their work are at risk.

“Our national conference in 10 times will discussion having co-ordinated strike action. If our associates weren’t indignant prior to, they are now, and rightly so.

“Making cuts will only make points worse, make waiting around lists more time for all those seeking passports and driving licences, make telephone queues for a longer period for those people with tax inquiries.

“We shall struggle for just about every task in the civil provider. Not just on behalf of our associates, but on behalf of each and every member of the community who relies on the products and services they present.”

The PCS will maintain talks with Governing administration officials early next 7 days and there will also be an emergency assembly of its govt to discuss its response to position losses.