Teachers in England reject latest pay offer

Lecturers in England have overwhelmingly rejected a “remaining” pay supply from the federal government, setting the stage for additional strike motion.

The Nationwide Schooling Union, England’s largest educating union, on Monday introduced that 98 per cent of members had voted to reject a suggestion of a mean 4.5 per cent pay rise subsequent 12 months, and £1,000 bonus on prime of a 5 per cent enhance this 12 months.

Two-thirds of the union’s members voted within the poll.

The federal government mentioned final week that it will not return to negotiations if its supply was rejected, and that the £1,000 bonus can be misplaced.

Nonetheless Mary Bousted, joint basic secretary of the NEU, mentioned the proposal was “unacceptable”. The union introduced additional strike dates, on April 27 and Might 2, following seven days of walkouts over the previous two months

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