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ENG: Mark Serwotka (born 26 April 1963) is the General Secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS), the trade union for British civil servants. Political activity Serwotka became a union representative in 1980 and a personal case officer in 1995. In the 2000 election that saw Serwotka elected General Secretary, he initially faced two rival candidates: Hugh Lanning of the Membership First faction and the incumbent Barry Reamsbottom of the National Moderate Group. However, Reamsbottom did not secure the fifty branch nominations needed to appear on the ballot paper. Serwotka then beat Lanning with 41,000 to 33,000 votes. Serwotka was a member of Socialist Organiser in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was later a supporter of the Socialist Alliance and then ...
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Mark Serwotka: Tax workers take action over jobs

Tax workers have launched a fresh wave of industrial action in a long-running dispute over job losses and privatisation. Members of the Public and Commercial Services union started weeks of action short of a strike, which will include a work to rule, in protest at Revenue and Customs job cuts. The union is also planning strike action in September as part of a campaign against cuts and plans to privatise parts of the service. General secretary Mark Serwotka said: "While millionaires in the cabinet wring their hands about the morality of tax avoidance, they are ploughing ahead with ...

Mark Serwotka: Jobcentre staff set for strike

Thousands of Jobcentre staff are due to go on strike in a long-running row over "oppressive working conditions and unrealistic targets". They claim that "draconian" conditions are preventing them from providing a decent service. PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: "With unemployment remaining high and our economy in the grip of recession, it is shameful that Jobcentre bosses are still refusing to let their staff provide the kind of help and advice that people need. Read more: Belfast Telegraph (13 August 2012)

Serwotka sellout sets seal on Olympic exploitation

Adam Ford on the PCS' aborted strike action, and the unions' Olympic failures. As women footballers were getting ready to unofficially kick off the London Olympics, the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union general secretary was preparing to bow to ruling class pressure, and call off a strike of workers in the Border Agency, Criminal Records Bureau, and the Identity and Passport Service. In doing so, darling of the fake left Mark Serwotka was setting the seal on years of collaboration between union officialdom and the London Olympics authorities. The aborted strike was originally ...

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Union leader Mark Serwotka: I'm being kept alive by an electronic device – video - The Guardian
Union leader Mark Serwotka: I'm being kept alive by an electronic device – videoThe GuardianThe leader of one of Britain's biggest trade unions reveals exclusively to the Guardian that he is being kept alive by an electronic device strapped to a belt around his waist. Mark Serwotka has suffered heart and kidney failures and is awaiting a ...
Mark Serwotka: 'I read on Twitter eight weeks ago that I was dead' - The Guardian
Mark Serwotka: 'I read on Twitter eight weeks ago that I was dead'The GuardianPCS union boss Mark Serwotka needs a heart transplant. Until he gets it, his blood is pumped by a gadget worn on his belt. For the first time, he tells the incredible story of his shocking collapse – and calls for strikes on austerity ...and more »
Virus I caught while walking my dog left me without a pulse - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukVirus I caught while walking my dog left me without a pulseTelegraph.co.uk“You can wonder 'why me?'. But I'm one of those who thinks the glass is half-full, rather than half-empty, even when it's only a quarter-full,” Mr Serwotka, head of the Public and Commercial Services Union, said in an interview with the Guardian.Mystery virus left union leader Mark Serwotka with no pulseNEWS.com.auUnion boss's health nightmare after catching rare virus that left him without ...Daily Mailall 4 news articles »
National Gallery outsourcing - The Guardian
The GuardianNational Gallery outsourcingThe GuardianNational Gallery trustees meet on Thursday as staff prepare for a third period of strike action against plans to privatise two-thirds of the workforce. Outsourcing would not only be bad for loyal staff but also put at risk the security of the paintings ...

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