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Remarks on MPs’ pay from the Chairman of IPSA

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) is the body created by Parliament to independently oversee and regulate MPs’ expenses, pay and pensions. Tomorrow, they release a consultation document on what they propose to bring forward after the next election. Professor Sir Ian Kennedy, IPSA Chair, made a related speech on […]

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NHS staff pay – updated

A further Parliamentary question on pay in the NHS locally. Compared to my previous question, 28 people earning over £50k are missing – I should have included “other” in the question. I’ll return to this subject later: Steve Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) […]

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MPs’ pay in context

The Institute for Fiscal Studies runs a utility — Where do you fit in? — which allows you to enter your pay and council tax so that you can see how you fare in relation to the rest of the population. I entered annual pay of £65,000 and council tax […]

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