Desperate, underpaid NHS paramedic tells Theresa May: “I’ve seen things no one should have to witness”

Pride's Purge

A paramedic has written a moving description on Facebook (see below) of the difficulties he has to face every day in his job, and how he is paid a pittance of just £12.35 an hour to do it.

This is because the Tory government has over the last 7 years capped paramedics’ and other public workers’ pay rises at 1%.

The cabinet ministers who made that decision, however, have seen their own pay rise over the last 7 years to the point they are making approximately £117.92 an hour*, on top of which they can also claim expenses, subsidies and other perks.

A perfect example of Theresa May’s warped Britain today.

Brian Mear:

I joined the Ambulance Service in 1986.
For over 28 years I worked doing “Front Line” work. That’s Emergency work. Covering 999 calls. For the last 6 years of my service I worked alone predominantly on nights at…

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One thought on “Desperate, underpaid NHS paramedic tells Theresa May: “I’ve seen things no one should have to witness”

  1. It was the governing body of an organisation so-called government that enforced in you the lie that paying money you earn for your hardwork to them (aka taxes) would allow them to look after your and everyone else’s interests when obviously their real intent is to have your money to themselves while YOU do all the hard work of doing good to the people. You are an honourable hard working man who, like us all, was sold a lie. People in government don’t give an absolute shite to your or anyone else’s complaints because they themselves have never done any hard work, all they did was to study demagogy in their rich schools so they can carry on convincing people like you to carry on giving your best for nothing while they do their worst for everyone.

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