David Cameron told ministers not to say they would give pay rise to charity

5 Jun

The Prime Minister used a Cabinet meeting this week to tell ministers not to publicly say that they would donate their 10 per cent salary rise to charity.

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One Response to “David Cameron told ministers not to say they would give pay rise to charity”

  1. Chris June 8, 2015 at 1:58 am #

    The MPs can give their £7000 a year pay rise to a very useful charity.

    Pay that money as the denied state pension payout to women from 2013 til at least from 2019, from age 60 to 66 and older.

    The state pension payable if remain in work or not, and women’s employment has risen only in low waged precarious insecure part time jobs.

    Then women older than these as new pensioners between 2016 and 2018, have their state pension wiped out by the end of the:

    – Nil Housewife pension.

    – Nil state pension for NI record less than 10 years or less.
    Whereas this year is still from 1 year onwards NI history.

    – Little or no NI record from the Lower Earnings Level of wages meaning not getting the automatic National Insurance credits towards a NI history.

    There are many other losses to men and women from the flat rate pension that is a CUT of the state pension to over half of new pensioners and LOSS of Pension Credit (savings).

    See more info at end of my petition, in my WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT section, at:
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/state-pension-at-60-now

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