SQUEEZE FOR MP, JUDGES
Posted: Wednesday, September 7, 2016
SQUEEZE FOR MP, JUDGES
THE PROSPECT of pay increases for MPs, judges, and civil servants will be affected by the state of the economy as the chairman of the Salaries Review Commission Kyle Rudden yesterday confirmed the Commission will consider "budgetary" factors in its review of 300-plus official posts.
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