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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Damning government report shows depth of public sector pay cuts | Society | The Guardian

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Teachers, nurses and police officers have seen their take home pay fall or stagnate in real terms following a decade of salary freezes, analysis shows The teaching profession has seen average pay fall by £3 an hour in real terms and police officers by £2 an hour, while the wages of nurses have stagnated during a decade of public sector salary freezes, a new report for the government’s pay advisers has found. The academic analysis was quietly published on Monday before a crucial cabinet meeting .  show all text
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@vincecable: Teachers, nurses & police officers see their take home pay fall or stagnate in real terms following salary freezes, ow.ly/6dQO30diTMJ
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