To MPs: refuse to take a pay rise to £90k

To: All MPs

Members of Parliament have quietly been handed a pay rise to over £90,000.

At a time when we are all suffering the cost of living crisis, they are getting an above-inflation rise from £86k to £91,346.

We are calling on MPs not to accept this pay rise.

MPs’ pay has increased by 39% since 2010, at a time when most people’s wages have barely risen and public sector pay was held down.

When asked about this, some MPs hide behind the independent body IPSA, which has set their pay since the MPs’ expenses scandal. But each and every MP has the option to refuse to take a pay rise or to donate it to charity.

We say MPs have a moral duty to turn down this £4,700 pay rise.



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