DEFRA accused of ‘selling staff short’ over ‘misleading’ pay rise claims

Trade unions have accused DEFRA of “selling its staff short” by proposing pay increases to its staff that they say are far less generous than they first appear.

by Conor McGlone
Trade unions have called for an urgent meeting with environment secretary George Eustice to discuss revised pay offer. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images
Trade unions have called for an urgent meeting with environment secretary George Eustice to discuss revised pay offer. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

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