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22-07-2021, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by The Artful Todger ->
The rate of pay in the NHS is actually very high as it is.
Agreed. I've posted links to NHS England nurses pay scales at least twice before.

Before anyone else says NHS England nurses should get the same rise as NHS Scotland nurses, please remember that income tax in Scotland is higher than it is in the rest of the UK so, that extra 1% would be eaten up in extra taxes and the Scots NHS nurses wouldn't see that much of the extra payment.
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Re: NHS Pay Rise

Originally Posted by The Artful Todger ->
The rate of pay in the NHS is actually very high as it is.
On average probably yes ?
Discount the admin then NO!

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22-07-2021, 04:10 PM
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That's rubbish Donks.

Once again, for everyone's benefit, here are the NHS England nurses' pay scales (2020/21):

https://www.nurses.co.uk/careers-hub/nursing-pay-guide/
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22-07-2021, 05:16 PM
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Re: NHS Pay Rise

Originally Posted by Percy Vere ->
Agreed. I've posted links to NHS England nurses pay scales at least twice before.

Before anyone else says NHS England nurses should get the same rise as NHS Scotland nurses, please remember that income tax in Scotland is higher than it is in the rest of the UK so, that extra 1% would be eaten up in extra taxes and the Scots NHS nurses wouldn't see that much of the extra payment.
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22-07-2021, 05:22 PM
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If the invisible Local Practice Doctors are getting a pay rise I shall have to go round and congratulate them on being paid more for doing less (=Nothing).

Hide away, for a year, and you get a big pay rise.

Should be paid by performance level!



Edited to say that I can't go round and congratulate them - they're still barricaded in!

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22-07-2021, 05:41 PM
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GPís to get 3%? and they donít even have to see patients.
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22-07-2021, 05:45 PM
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The reason they're not being given a greater pay increase is to keep the cost of selling off the NHS down! The cheaper the various NHS packages are; the greater the potential private commission to be pocketed by whichever politician is in line for a share of the takings!
That old chestnut again? I've heard this claim at every general election since 1974 - the usual mantra of the Labour Party when, in truth, investment in the NHS has always been greater when the Conservative have been in power.
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22-07-2021, 05:48 PM
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GPís to get 3%? and they donít even have to see patients.
Exactly. Getting paid to sit on their arses doing nothing.
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22-07-2021, 06:01 PM
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Re: NHS Pay Rise

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Exactly. Getting paid to sit on their arses doing nothing.
The vast Majority of GPs are not NHS workers.

They are private contractors, not subject to pay restraint.

Track and Trace?

Well Dido Harding privatised that, £2300 a day for private Consultants who did sod all.

She refused point blank to pay for trained staff to work 12 hour shifts for £400 a day

Defend the logic of that Bread and Co..
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22-07-2021, 06:44 PM
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Re: NHS Pay Rise

Originally Posted by Tedc ->
If the invisible Local Practice Doctors are getting a pay rise I shall have to go round and congratulate them on being paid more for doing less (=Nothing).

Hide away, for a year, and you get a big pay rise.

Should be paid by performance level!



Edited to say that I can't go round and congratulate them - they're still barricaded in!

My good lady had to go private for a blood test..£90..found out she has diabetes, GP rang yesterday and has given her a physical appointment for next month.
 
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