National Union of Civil and Public Servants

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NUCPS
Full name National Union of Civil and Public Servants
Founded January 1988
Date dissolved March 1996
Merged with IRSF into Public Services, Tax and Commerce Union (PTC)
Affiliation TUC
Key people John Sheldon
Office location London, England
Country United Kingdom
GCHQ march in Cheltenham 1992

The National Union of Civil and Public Servants (NUCPS) was a trade union in the United Kingdom.

The union was formed in 1988 with the merger of the Civil Service Union and the Society of Civil and Public Servants.[1] John Sheldon, former General Secretary of the CSU, became its General Secretary.

The union primarily worked in the UK Civil Service, but also in other public organisations.

In October 1994 NUCPS and the Inland Revenue Staff Federation agreed to merge. The merger took effect in January 1996 to form the Public Services, Tax and Commerce Union (PTC).[2]

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