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Emma B BS: Blind stupidity - TUC Congress (155* d) RE: BS: Blind stupidity - TUC Congress 14 Sep 10


"Everyone has a boss. Either the greedy fat cats who own the companies and want us to work for pennies with no benefits, or, the government.
The difference is, we get to choose the people we elect to the government."

That's not the only difference Kendall .....

US national Bob Diamond aged 59 has been chosen by Barclays bank as its next chief executive.
Described earlier this year amid public outrage at banker bonuses in general, by Peter Mandelson as "the unacceptable face of banking," he already has an estimated fortune of about 100 million pounds, thanks to massive cash and shares bonuses earned while heading Barclays Capital.

As chief executive, Diamond will receive an annual salary of 1.35 million pounds but could earn millions more in bonuses, Barclays said.

The annual salary of an MP is 65,738 as of 1 April 2010 although they may claim fixed claim allowances to cover, for example, staff costs, travel expenses and the cost of running an office.

Cabinet ministers receive a salary of 134,565 which includes the MP's salary of 65,738

The Prime Minister has announced that he will be taking a salary of 142,500.

Specialist ITU Nurse NHS
(ENB100 + 10 years experience)
Nursing Quals: RGN
Annual Salary:
19,935

Newly Qualified Nurse Organisation: NHS
(D Grade, first post)
Nursing Quals: RGN
Annual Salary:
15,445

- Purely an 'apolitical' observation


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