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1.5% pay rise for dentists and doctors

1st April 2009

Doctors and dentists in the UK look set to receive a 1.5% pay rise this year.

Ministers say they will accept the figures recommended by the Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration Review Body. The British Medical Association and British Dental Association Health said they felt that their members deserved more while accepting the recession made public sector pay decisions difficult. Nurses and other NHS staff can expect to see their salaries rise by some 2% under a three-year pay deal arrangement.

 

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Article Information

Title: 1.5% pay rise for dentists and doctors
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 10801
Date Added: 1st Apr 2009

Sources

BBC News

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