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Old 23-04-2012, 09:32   #31
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Re: Lower pay for NHS staff in poorer areas

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If you keep importing poverty, what else do you expect?
... a message wasted on those who opened the floodgates...

Having said that, many of the inner London boroughs in particular have traditionally been particularly poor and run down.
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Old 23-04-2012, 11:15   #32
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Re: Lower pay for NHS staff in poorer areas

Any chance anyone here could have a large spoonful of reality?

Regional pay differences have always existed.

I remember back in '93 I was working in Wigan on a salary of £13,000. I was then transfered to London and my salary was increased to £17,000.

That's because that's what my firm payed someone for my position down there.

There's absolutely no reason why it shouldn't be the same for Public sector workers.
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Old 23-04-2012, 12:39   #33
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Re: Lower pay for NHS staff in poorer areas

How could it work in practise? Judging London vs Rest of the UK is one thing but what about disparities within regions? Living near or in a City compared to living further out?
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Re: Lower pay for NHS staff in poorer areas

I fully expect the law of unintended consequences will apply...
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