Pay Cap

The Tory Policing Minister Is Probably Regretting Speaking To Kay Burley This Evening

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 13.09.2017 | UK

The Tory Minister for Policing took a bruising on Sky News this evening when discussing the Government’s decision to ditch its 1% cap on pay for all...

Overpaid Public Sector Pen Pushers Need To Pipe Down Over The Pay Cap!

Charlie Mullins | Posted 12.09.2017 | UK Politics
Charlie Mullins

One thing which really bothers me are scandalmongers who look to do nothing but cause trouble. I call them busybodies, and the trade unions calling for strikes across the board over the 2013 1% pay cap are the personification of busybodies.

Does 'Good' Work Pay?

Dave Clements | Posted 26.07.2017 | UK Politics
Dave Clements

Those on the receiving end need to organise and fight - with a bit of solidarity from the rest of us - for a much better deal, whether that's more pay or better conditions.

BBC Salaries And The Normalisation Of Greed In Our Time

John Wight | Posted 20.07.2017 | UK
John Wight

It is beyond clear by now that the BBC, to coin an overused phrase, is no longer fit for purpose. It is no longer a public broadcaster whose content is representative of society, but instead a repository of the very elitism, greed, and inequality that is suffocating us all.

A Summer Of Discontent

Janet Davies | Posted 14.05.2017 | UK
Janet Davies

safety. However it is those very concerns that are now taking our focus towards industrial action. The current conditions are driving people out of the profession and putting new people off joining - and patients simply won't get the care they deserve from a workforce that is short on numbers

The NHS 'Should Be Cherished'

Janet Davies | Posted 18.01.2017 | UK Politics
Janet Davies

Since the Government announced the withdrawal of student funding for would-be nurses last year, we are already hearing of a 20% drop in applications for graduate nursing courses. And the 1% pay cap on salaries is not helping to encourage people into nursing and is making existing nurses reconsider whether they can even afford to continue. If the NHS wants to achieve a clean bill of health, we need to ensure there is adequate staffing, funding, resource and education. The health of the nation is at stake.