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Re: MPs' pay

Melanie -

Next week a 10% salary increase for all MPs will be implemented by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA), taking MPs' pay to £74,000. Campaigner Tanya says this is inappropriate at a time when “the government is cutting benefits for vulnerable families, freezing salaries for our beloved nurses”.

She is calling on David Cameron to block the pay rise for MPs and almost 400,000 have signed her petition.

By the end of June it will be too late for the Prime Minister to do anything, but right now he has an opportunity to listen to public opinion and reject the pay rise

Will you help Tanya at this critical moment by adding your name to her petition?

David Cameron: Stop the 11% pay rise for MPs' salaries

Tanya Byk
Manchester, United Kingdom

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority has recommended a 10-11% pay rise for MPs. David Cameron should reject the proposal; it is unfair and unjust while Britain is going through austerity.

Initially the pay rise was meant to involve scrapping their expenses (they use our taxes to pay for their daily meals, travel,  mortgages, second homes, family members and duck ponds etc) but now it seems expenses will remain intact. All the while the government is cutting benefits for vulnerable families, freezing salaries for our beloved nurses and sacking the police and fire service we need to keep our communities safe.

The British public are part of a democratic society and need to express our disbelief at the proposals to yet again, give bonuses and pay rises to those who do not need them. MPs should not receive a pay rise of any kind during austerity. They should refuse a pay rise or bonus to show that we're truly 'in this together.' 

Please sign this petition and share with your family and friends, together we can make a difference.

Much love and support to everyone who is struggling in austerity Britain.  


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