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NHS staff including nurses, paramedics, consultants, and dentists in England will receive a 3 per cent pay rise

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Cut through the noise by getting the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox NHS staff in England will now receive a three per cent pay rise.

Nurses, paramedics, consultants, and dentists are among the workers to be rewarded the rise which will be backdated to April, it has been announced.

It comes after the government was under attack for recommending a 1% pay rise despite the incredible pressure NHS staff have been under because of the pandemic. READ MORE: North West Ambulance Service issues plea to 'not ring them back' amid 999 call spike For the average nurse, the latest move will equal an additional £1,000 a year, while many porters and cleaners will receive around £540.

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