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http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/news/865281/We-reveal-320-NHS-executives-are-earning-more-than-the-PM-as-cuts-loom.html

HUNDREDS of NHS fatcats are taking home bigger pay packets than the PRIME MINISTER, the News of the World can reveal.

We found a sickening 320 hospital, ambulance, and health authority bosses earning more than David Cameron's £142,500 salary.

That compares to just SIX NHS chiefs who were paid more than PM John Major's £101,557 salary before Labour came to power in 1997.

The handful of high fliers 13 years ago has now increased almost 50-FOLD. What's more 58 of the current crop pocket in excess of £200,000 A YEAR.

Our investigation comes as the coalition Government prepares to take a scalpel to public sector pay in an attempt to bring Britain's debt-riddled finances back under control.

Earlier this week they listed hundreds of civil servants who earn more than the PM. The NHS was expected to escape savage cutbacks - but our shock findings prove its finances need drastic surgery.

One health authority finance chief's salary alone topped £300,000 - enough to pay for FOURTEEN extra nurses.

Many of the highest-paid health execs also collect bonuses and perks, including leased luxury cars worth more than a nurse's £20,000 total annual pay.

Labour certainly got the public sector gravy train rolling.

6 - 320 in 13 years. Excellent.

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Labour certainly got the public sector gravy train rolling.

6 - 320 in 13 years. Excellent.

It's quite incredible and would be hilarious except that it's most likely true. I would do any of their jobs at £200k + for 50% less. Any govt ministers listening?

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There was a stat that I read in one of the weekend papers that since 1997 police officers had increased by 16% in numbers but back office staff supporting the police had risen by 94%.

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There was a stat that I read in one of the weekend papers that since 1997 police officers had increased by 16% in numbers but back office staff supporting the police had risen by 94%.

Is that to assist with the new paper work that's been introduced?

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And then you get Thompson at the BBC bleating on how all his highly paid execs could get 80% more in the Private Sector..

The director-general of the BBC believes the corporation's top bosses could earn almost twice as much working for commercial stations. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1291931/BBC-bosses-80-private-firms-says-Mark-Thompson.html#ixzz0snCyVQf4

What frigging commercial stations? ITV is running at a loss and has to cut back on programming and Ch4 and 5 are still in the main seen as minority channels.

No doubt the same argument will be constructed around these fat cats to protect their gravy train. In any event as Health is ring fenced they won't be going after these will they?

They have been bleating on for so long as to why they think they are worth this sort of money that they now strongly beleive their own diatribe..

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