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Asked if the view was that people employed by quangos and earning over 150,000 per year were being paid too much, the PMS said that the Government’s position on public sector pay was that we wanted to see restraint. There was a pay freeze that applied for the next two years and there was also the Will Hutton Review. The purpose of publishing the list was to promote accountability, so that people could see who was employed at the upper end of the pay scale and hold them and the Government to account.

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