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Winning a pay rise for key workers

Day in, day out key workers take care of us. And during the pandemic - they never stopped. All of our key workers need a pay rise.

When the shelves needed stocking - they were there. When hospitals were at breaking point - they were there. When children needed support and care - they were there. Throughout the pandemic they went to work and risked their lives to care for us.

Now we must support their demands for a pay rise
 

Here's how you can help


1. Sign the petition
Join more than 50,000 people calling for a pay rise for key workers.  Add your name today.

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Hundreds of us across the country will demand that our MPs meet with key workers before the budget in March. If they agree to the meeting, key workers get a real opportunity to put pressure on the MP and either win more support for a pay rise or force MPs to explain why they don’t back it. 

If they don’t agree to the meeting - that’s when we name and shame them. Being called out for ignoring key workers in the middle of a pandemic is a politicians worst nightmare, and the pressure we create will cost them votes and potentially the next election.

Whatever happens - we win. We ramp up the pressure on MPs, force them to pick a side, win more support from those we meet and embarrass those who refuse.

Sign petition

Join over 50,000 people and urgently call on the government to provide a pay rise for key workers in the March 2021 Budget.


 

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