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!% ????? Thu Mar 04, 2021 11:19 pm  

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Just how hypocritical can you get.
"Our NHS", "frontline staff", keeping the nation "safe" and their reward is a 1% pay offer WTF

True colours shining through.
Yes, we know that the public purse is strained but, seriously, is this the reward for the magnificent efforts of the NHS staff through the course of the pandemic ?

Sham on you Boris, you certainly know how to "level things up" :CRAZY:
Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 7:37 am  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Just how hypocritical can you get.
"Our NHS", "frontline staff", keeping the nation "safe" and their reward is a 1% pay offer WTF

True colours shining through.
Yes, we know that the public purse is strained but, seriously, is this the reward for the magnificent efforts of the NHS staff through the course of the pandemic ?

Sham on you Boris, you certainly know how to "level things up" :CRAZY:


Well it’s probably more than other public and private sector pay rises - not ideal, but at the end of the day we’ve created quite a debt here
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Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 8:47 am  

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ColD wrote:
Well it’s probably more than other public and private sector pay rises - not ideal, but at the end of the day we’ve created quite a debt here


It will be interesting to see what the pay review body comes up with and whether anything changes and whether our MP's duck the issue when their own review body comes up with what they "deserve".
Bojo owes his life to the NHS, clapped them every Thursday night and this is what he and his chancellor believe they are worth ?
Maybe they are "luck to have a job" :CRAZY:
Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:17 am  

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As a member of NHS staff I'm not surprised in the least at this pittance. If I worked for Deloittes or PWC I'm sure I'd be quids in as money grows on trees for consultancy firms.
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Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:09 am  

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You really think the NHS has performed magnificently - really. I think it has been an absolute disgrace. It from a function treating many and various illnesses/conditions to treating just one. What happens to all those cancer sufferers who die because they couldn't get treated all those patients who need routine surgery to improve their life e.g. cataracts, knee replacement.

No doubt those at the sharp end of ICU have performed the day job but they are few and far between - the volumes through the NHS in the last year are approx. 20% of normal - why do the vast majority of staff deserve a significant pay increase?

This pandemic demonstrated how poor the NHS is run and how wasteful it is. I thought it was the job of the NHS to protect us not us to protect the NHS?
Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:24 am  
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It wasn't very good of the GP's to abandon the surgeries and head to the hills for safety leaving the surgery lights on and not bothering to lock the doors.

The lowly paid and the volunteers have helped massively to keep things going - even with the vaccinations.

While people do this - and give to charities,those with money just ignore the responsibilities.

Those with Covid have used it against frontline workers as a weapon.Those offenders go to prison and are given the vaccine.The frontline workers carry on - and are still without a vaccination.

Warped values in this country.It ain't gonna change.
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Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:38 pm  

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Bullseye wrote:
As a member of NHS staff I'm not surprised in the least at this pittance. If I worked for Deloittes or PWC I'm sure I'd be quids in as money grows on trees for consultancy firms.


Well you wouldn’t because their fee earners have all had to take pay decreases. Just like the majority of the UK, but sure. Take your frustrations out on someone who has nothing to do with you.
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Re: !% ????? Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:30 pm  

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If the Government can afford to waste billions on a failed track and trace system, then they can afford a bit more than a measly 1% increase. Oh I forgot, this is Tory Britain, where hard and sefless work is ridiculed rather than appreciated.
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Re: !% ????? Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:23 am  

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Ornery Optimist wrote:
It wasn't very good of the GP's to abandon the surgeries and head to the hills for safety leaving the surgery lights on and not bothering to lock the doors.

The lowly paid and the volunteers have helped massively to keep things going - even with the vaccinations.

While people do this - and give to charities,those with money just ignore the responsibilities.

Those with Covid have used it against frontline workers as a weapon.Those offenders go to prison and are given the vaccine.The frontline workers carry on - and are still without a vaccination.

Warped values in this country.It ain't gonna change.


You're right about warped values :thumb:

Mind you if Sunak follows through on his "promise" to cut £17 billion from public spending, there will be rioting on the streets.
Re: !% ????? Sat Mar 06, 2021 12:01 pm  
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They 'll be cheering in the queues for the British food banks when they learn how many millions,to each and every foreign country,has been reduced.
Or perhaps not,when they tally up how much goes out to foreign countries.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... ak-reveals
Strange how particular Conservative MP's are quite pleased to give money which is not their own,away,while ensuring their expenses claims for minutaei don't miss a trick.
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