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Home Office Victimisation: Department has nothing to say. #JonBigger


The Home Office has started to respond to letters sent to the permanent secretary regarding the redundancy notice issued to one of our representatives, Jon Bigger.  The letters have very little to say on the issue of victimisation of PCS reps or indeed Jon’s case.  However they tell us a great deal about how the campaign to get Jon reinstated as part of a wider issue of fairness at the Home Office is affecting senior management.

The fact that they are issuing letters that say absolutely nothing is indicative of a department that wants these issues to simply go away.  It is our role to ensure that the issues don’t go away until they are resolved and we call on the permanent secretary to meet with PCS urgently on the issues raised in the original letters.

On April 10 there will be a demonstration outside Home Office headquarters at 12:30 PM to coincide with Jon’s appeal hearing.

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