Rejected petition Increase MINIMUM Wage for All NHS staff

We were told and promised during the Brexit campain we would be £350m better off a week.
In light of the work undertaken by hospitals and healthcare workers during the COVID-19 outbreak, increase MINIMUM Wage for ALL NHS Professionals to £25.00 per hour, and non-professional NHS staff to £15,00.

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Medical, healthcare, porters, cleaners and other staff have selflessly put themselves in danger to support the NHS during its greatest ever threat.
The Conservative Governments have deliberately starved it of £millions over the last 10 years and treated all its staff with the utmost contempt. If it were not for their individual generosity this Pandemic would do far more than just decimate this country's population, it has the possibility to wipe out great swathes of the vulnerable.

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The Government is not responsible for setting the salary of most key workers, or setting minimum wages for particular sectors, but you may wish to sign petitions calling for the following actions:

Make hazard pay mandatory for key workers in the midst of COVID 19:

Give all key workers a 100% tax and Nat. Ins. holiday through COVID-19 crisis:

Pay bonus to all key workers:

Incentivise NHS staff during the COVID19 outbreak by making wages untaxable:

Increase pay for NHS healthcare workers and recognise their work:

Bonus for emergency services personnel working due to COVID-19:

Make the minimum wage equal for all ages and increase to at least £10:

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