Public sector workers in London and the South East are feeling the squeeze of the austerity cuts more than the rest of the UK. They generally earn the same or less than private sector workers according to a new study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies. The rest of the UK sees public sector workers earn 4% more than in the private sector, down from 5% in 2012.
This comes a day after members of Unison, Unite and the GMB cancelled a planned strike for Tuesday in rows over pay
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