Low-paid doesn’t imply low-skilled

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Many key workers should be earning more, says Paul Vallely

A supermarket worker scans items last month

A supermarket worker scans items last month

NORMAL politics, it seems, has resumed. Opponents of the Government recently published a list of the 323 MPs — including Boris Johnson, Matt Hancock, and Jeremy Hunt — who voted, in 2017, against a Labour-proposed “fair pay rise” for nurses. The Daily Mirror, after printing the names, added: “The story isn’t fake news: Tory MPs did vote down a ‘proper’ pay rise for nurses . . . and they did cheer when the vote was announced.”

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