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Public sector pay

Asked how much money would be saved following Francis Maude’s announcement on compensation, the PMS said that it would depend on a number of factors including the outcome of the spending review and the rates of turnover in the public sector, but people should speak to the Cabinet Office for details.

Asked if the Prime Minister thought it was time to end national pay rates for civil servants, the PMS said that the Government’s position was that there would be a pay freeze for the next two years.

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