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Unite reject pay deal for NHS

16th April 2008

Unite is calling on its 12,000 NHS members to reject the government’s staged pay deal amid growing fears of a downturn in Britain’s economy.

The 8.1% deal which would award a 2.75% pay rise this year, followed by increases of 2.49% and 2.25% in the following two, has already been rejected by the GMB union and the Royal College of Midwives. Both point to inflationary pressures and economic trends, though the deal is the highest announced so far for public sector workers.

 

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Title: Unite reject pay deal for NHS
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 6389
Date Added: 16th Apr 2008

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