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Public sector workers face pay freeze to plug gap left by virus spending

Sky News Friday, 20 November 2020
Public sector workers face pay freeze to plug gap left by virus spendingAround five million public sector workers are set to be hit with a pay cap as Rishi Sunak looks to rebuild the public finances, according to reports.
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