Firefighters' Dispute: Comparative Pay Levels

The Birmingham Post (England), November 27, 2002 | Go to article overview

Firefighters' Dispute: Comparative Pay Levels


A qualified firefighter who has completed four years of service and is in his or her fifth year receives pounds 21,531, with London weighting adding pounds 3,170.

Newly-qualified teachers in England and Wales receive pounds 17,595. If they work in the capital, they receive an inner London pay allowance of pounds 3,105 or an outer London allowance of pounds 2,043.

MPs are paid varying salaries depending on the posts they hold. A basic wage is pounds 55,118, and those with seats in the capital centre receive pounds 1,572 as a supplementary London allowance.

MPs with constituencies outside inner London are paid an Additional Costs Allowance of pounds 19,722 which reimburses them for staying away from home overnight while performing parliamentary duties.

The Prime Minister receives pounds 116,436 on top of his MP's wage, earning pounds 171,554 in total. Cabinet Ministers receive pounds 124,979, an extra pounds 69,861 on their basic salary.

A newly-qualified grade D nurse is paid pounds 16,005. Those working in London receive an extra payment of pounds 3,288 if they work in the inner zone, pounds 2,522 for the outer zone and pounds 706 for the fringes of the capital.

A grade E experienced staff nurse - or one who has further qualifications - starts on pounds 17,105. …

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