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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Key part of Tory austerity declared ‘dead in the water’ after firefighters offered cap-busting pay rise

Shared from on 5 July 2017

A key element of austerity has been declared “dead in the water” after firefighters were offered a wage increase busting through the cap on public sector pay. If accepted, increases this year and next would break the 1 per cent limit previously said by Conservative ministers to be essential to bring down the deficit.

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Key part of Tory austerity declared ‘dead in the water’ after firefighters offered cap-busting pay rise

Shared from on 5 July 2017

A key element of austerity has been declared “dead in the water” after firefighters were offered a wage increase busting through the cap on public sector pay. If accepted, increases this year and next would break the 1 per cent limit previously said by Conservative ministers to be essential to bring down the deficit.

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Key part of Tory austerity declared ‘dead in the water’ after firefighters offered cap-busting pay rise

Shared from on 5 July 2017

A key element of austerity has been declared “dead in the water” after firefighters were offered a wage increase busting through the cap on public sector pay. If accepted, increases this year and next would break the 1 per cent limit previously said by Conservative ministers to be essential to bring down the deficit.

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Key part of Tory austerity declared ‘dead in the water’ after firefighters offered cap-busting pay rise

Shared from on 5 July 2017

A key element of austerity has been declared “dead in the water” after firefighters were offered a wage increase busting through the cap on public sector pay. If accepted, increases this year and next would break the 1 per cent limit previously said by Conservative ministers to be essential to bring down the deficit.

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Key part of Tory austerity declared ‘dead in the water’ after firefighters offered cap-busting pay rise

Shared from on 5 July 2017

A key element of austerity has been declared “dead in the water” after firefighters were offered a wage increase busting through the cap on public sector pay. If accepted, increases this year and next would break the 1 per cent limit previously said by Conservative ministers to be essential to bring down the deficit.

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Scrap tax cuts to boost public sector pay, say ministers

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Ministers are pushing to delay or abandon a series of tax cuts to fund an increase in public sector pay.

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Council HR officer who flagged minimum wage failures sacked

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Dozens of workers may have been paid below the minimum wage, a leaked report has warned. But days after meeting bosses at Cheshire East Council to discuss concerns, the HR officer and report's author lost her job.

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Council HR officer who flagged minimum wage failures sacked

Shared from on 9 May 2017

Dozens of workers may have been paid below the minimum wage, a leaked report has warned. But days after meeting bosses at Cheshire East Council to discuss concerns, the HR officer and report's author lost her job.

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Council HR officer who flagged minimum wage failures sacked

Shared from on 9 May 2017

Dozens of workers may have been paid below the minimum wage, a leaked report has warned. But days after meeting bosses at Cheshire East Council to discuss concerns, the HR officer and report's author lost her job.

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Council HR officer who flagged minimum wage failures sacked

Shared from on 9 May 2017

Dozens of workers may have been paid below the minimum wage, a leaked report has warned. But days after meeting bosses at Cheshire East Council to discuss concerns, the HR officer and report's author lost her job.

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