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Theresa May under growing pressure to lift public sector pay cap

Published on Wednesday 6th of September 2017 11:01:44 PM in Guardian

Theresa May is facing mounting pressure from unions and Labour to lift the public sector pay cap after a day of pointed criticisms, strike calls and demonstrations around Parliament.The TUC’s leader has issued a demand for public sector workers to be given a pay rise above ...

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