Tell Rishi Sunak: no pay freeze

Public sector workers are still suffering from ten years of Tory austerity, pay freezes and squeezes.

While ministers have doled out billions in coronavirus contracts for their business chums, workers have been on the frontline of the pandemic. Risking their lives each day, without complaint.

Now our key worker heroes face a fresh new wave of austerity.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has kicked workers while they're down with another key worker pay freeze for public sector workers in England.

This news is morale-sapping for all public sector workers on the frontline of the Covid-19 response.

It adds insult to injury for millions of workers who have put themselves in danger by dedicating their whole year to keeping us safe.

Rishi Sunak can still put this right and fund the pay rise our public sector heroes deserve.

Are you with key workers or the Chancellor's chums?

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Sign our petition to Chancellor Rishi Sunak

Dear Chancellor,

We will not stand by and allow public sector workers to pay for this crisis with new austerity and a morale-sapping wage freeze. 

This is a kick in the teeth for those who have been fighting the pandemic. 

Our key workers are still feeling the effect of ten years of Tory austerity, pay freezes and squeezes. 

A pay freeze will add insult to injury for millions of public sector workers. 

Ministers are doling out billions in contracts for their chums, and all the while plotting real terms wage cuts for working people on the frontline of the coronavirus response. 

It is totally unacceptable.

We are calling on you to reverse the pay freeze for public sector workers in England and fund the increase they deserve.


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