Video: Public Sector Pay: Theresa May doesn’t want you to see this…

15 September 2017 — 38 Degrees

Will Theresa May pay our nurses, firefighters and police properly? The public sector pay cap has been all over the news this week: there’s been announcements, votes, and talks of strikes. [1] But what’s actually been decided?

Watch this video to find out, then share with your friends so everyone knows!


Over 220,000 of us – including you William – are calling for the unfair pay cap to be scrapped completely. [2] The news this week proves our pressure is working – Theresa May has agreed to pay our police and prison workers better. But she’s not yet agreed to give everyone working in our public services like our nurses and teachers a fair pay rise. [3]

If each one of us reading this email watches and shares the video William, Theresa May won’t be able to hide behind confusing headlines any longer. It’ll mean that more and more of us can turn up the pressure on the government, and convince them to pay our nurses and firefighters properly.So will you share the video with your friends and family, so they can know the truth behind the headlines too?WATCH & SHARE

Thanks for all you do,

Cathy, Holly, Bex, Aiyan and the 38 Degrees Team

[1] The Guardian: Theresa May faces pay backlash after lifting 1% public pay cap:
Huffington Post: MPs Agree To Give All NHS Staff ‘A Fair Pay Rise’ After Tory-DUP Alliance Falters:
The Independent: Trade union leaders threaten illegal strike over public sector pay cap:
[2] 38 Degrees: Scrap the public sector pay cap:
[3] On Wednesday the government announced that police and prison officers will receive pay rises above the 1% pay cap, and said there would be “more flexibility” in how pay is set for some other professions covered by the cap. But they haven’t made any firm commitment to raise the pay of nurses, teachers, firefighters and everyone else working for our public services. Read more here:
The Mirror: Public sector pay cap explained: What pay rises Tories could offer nurses and teachers – and how it’ll affect you:

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