Once again PCS has won a mandate for strike action against the Con-Dem's austerity plans.
PCS have been a thorn inthe side of the government, opposing the constant attacks on public services and public sector workers, and the govenment have singled them out for special attention, with a full frontal attack on Civil Service union facility time, and a Cabinet Office diktat to cut Civil Servant's terms and conditions.
But, unlike many unions, the PCS National Executive voted to take the fight right back to the Con-Dems, and have won yet another industrial action ballot.
The NEC have launched a three month industrial action campaign, starting with a one day strike on Budget Day, Wednesday 20th March, when 250,000 Civil Sevants will be out, and chancellor Osborne willonce again have to cross picket lines to deliver his latest cuts budget. They also begin a three month overtime ban, and futher targetted action will be announced over the next few weeks.