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because my standard of living is constantly going down,i'm not well paid by any means.

a public sector pay rise would feed the economy,the low paid get rises while i get poorer,i want better services but the money doesn't go on extra staff,ask yourself where the money goes,NOT on over streched schools,services and the NHS.

SORT IT OUT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

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A lot of that doesnt make sense. Break it down into intelligible points.

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because my standard of living is constantly going down,i'm not well paid by any means.

a public sector pay rise would feed the economy,the low paid get rises while i get poorer,i want better services but the money doesn't go on extra staff,ask yourself where the money goes,NOT on over streched schools,services and the NHS.

SORT IT OUT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

 

Totally agree. Good luck with your fight !!

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dont see what your missing tigger,its high time public services were paid what they deserve,not be hit constantly

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And striking is helping how exactly?

 

I totally agree with you BUT walking out for one day is going to cause a bit of disruption and not much else :(

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i agree and didn't want to,i couldn't afford it.

but a protest had to be done

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the low paid get rises while i get poorer

 

Which low paid are getting bigger pay rises?

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Not a bad pay day !!!!

 

London fringe: £22,853 to £32,914

Outer London: £25,369 to £35,468

Inner London: £27,270 to £36,751

Rest of England and Wales: £21,804 to £31,868

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And striking is helping how exactly?

 

I totally agree with you BUT walking out for one day is going to cause a bit of disruption and not much else :(

 

Totally agree, they should make it a month.

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the minimum wage goes up every year,some are now fighting for a living wage(both of which i agree with),but do trained experienced people have to suffer?

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