Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Labour demand a pay rise for nurses, police and firefighters in major rewrite of Tory Queen's Speech




Labour demand a pay rise for nurses, police and firefighters in major rewrite of Tory Queen's Speech
Jeremy Corbyn will bid to reverse pay cuts for nurses in the wake of Theresa May ’s shameless £1billion bung to strike her deal with the DUP.
In the first Commons vote of the new Parliament, Labour will seek to rewrite the Queen's speech  to end the cap on public sector pay rises and force a U-turn on devastating cuts to police, fire and ambulance services.
But Tory MPs will be ordered to vote against the plan – two days after the Prime Minister cemented her Coalition of Crackpots with the mega-payment.





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