The Health Secretary has explained the NHS 1% pay rise awarded to half of staff today is non-consolidated, which means wages will go back down at the end of the year. This is not the case for the rest of the public sector.
Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship has tweeted:
Jeremy Hunt statement says NHS 1% pay rise (for half of workers) is NON-CONSOLIDATED. So wages go back down at the end of the year
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