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If we give you your pay rise, we’ll have to cut jobs, teachers told

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Cast your minds back to July 2018. The summer holidays were in sight, exams were (mostly) over for pupils, and the government announced an “up to” 3.5 per cent pay rise for teachers. Those were the days, hey?

Now, we’re battling through the cold, dark days of a month in which Brexit is dominating the headlines and Ofsted has revealed a massive reform of its inspection framework – and there’s still a week to go until dry January ends.

Enter research from the NASUWT classroom union on teacher pay. Excellent! This should show that teachers across the country received a bump to their pay packet ...

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