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Weekly Edition - Publication date:- 2017-31-03

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NHS staff in Liverpool deserve a better deal

TABITHA Morton, who is campaigning to be mayor of the Liverpool City Region, reacted with anger to the reports that senior NHS managers in the City have been awarded pay rises of up to 50%. Morton, the Women's Equality Party candidate for Liverpool Metro Mayor, said:- "The Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group's (CCG) decision to award grotesquely inflated pay rises to their senior team; their chairman Nadim Fazlani's salary rose by ₤50,000 to ₤155,000 in 2014 to 2015; is unjustified and grossly unfair. It is also gendered; women are hugely outnumbered in senior positions in the NHS and across working life."  Morton added that the Government has set a target of a 1% pay rise for NHS nurses, midwives and other healthcare workers this year. "Women take up the majority of these roles, and are working long hours for less and less reward, while senior pay continues to rise across the NHS. As Mayor of the Liverpool City Region I will ensure equal numbers of men and women are represented at senior level across the public and private sector. And I will implement policies to enable women to contribute fully to our region's economic growth, addressing unequal pay and the lack of opportunities to progress their careers. Liverpool's metro mayor will have new powers to make big changes in this region. I want to use those powers to help the women here to thrive." she said.


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