PCS pensions strike activities across Scotland on 10 May 2012

28,000 civil service members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) in Scotland will be participating in national industrial co-ordinating industrial action involving up to a million members throughout the UK against the UK government’s plans for public sector pensions.

There will be picket lines on every key UK or Scottish Government building throughout Scotland where PCS has a significant presence.  High profile picketlines will include:

Department of Work and Pensions & Identity and Passport Service, 3 Northgate, 96 Milton Street, Glasgow

  • Ministry of Defence, Kentigern House, Argyle Street, Glasgow
  • Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, Edinburgh EH99 1SP
  • Scottish Government, 5 Atlantic Quay, Broomielaw, Glasgow
  • Scottish Government, St Andrew’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh
  • Faslane Nuclear Submarine base
  • Glasgow Sherriff Court, 1 Carlton Place, Glasgow
  • Registers of Scotland, London Road, Edinburgh
  • HM Revenue & Customs, Plaza Tower, Town Centre , East Kilbride

 Strike day activities

Key interviews Janice Godrich 07771 932215 and Lynn Henderson 07921 490262

Glasgow : Activists rally, Buchanan Suite, Concert Hall, Glasgow at 12 noon
Keynote speaker PCS National President, Janice Godrich  

PCS will also be joined on the platform with other leading Scottish Trade Union leaders which include the following:- Agnes Tolmie, President, STUC, Pat Rafferty, Scottish Secretary, UNITE the UNION, and Mary Senior, Regional secretary, UCU