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Health Secretary: 1% pay offer for NHS staff based on 'affordability'

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Health Secretary: 1% pay offer for NHS staff based on 'affordability'

Health Secretary: 1% pay offer for NHS staff based on 'affordability'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said a proposed 1% pay rise for NHS staff was being put forward on the basis of “affordability”.


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