PMQs: Cameron and Blomfield on NHS pay rises

A Labour MP quoted the prime minister saying that employers should give their staff "decent pay rises" and asked why the government did not implement a 1% pay rise for NHS staff.

David Cameron told Paul Blomfield the lowest paid were getting a pay rise, and progression pay meant some would get rises of 2%, 3% or 4% and they would be paying less tax.

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