Wednesday, 15 January 2020

The Nanny State Rich List

The Taxpayers' Alliance published the latest Nanny State Rich List last week. It's always worth a read if you get to get your blood pressure up. As usual, Public Health England makes up most of the top spots...

But some of the local directors of public health are not far behind.

The report says...

  • 21 public health employees received a higher salary than the prime minister’s current salary of £154,908 in 2018-19.
  • Britain’s 10 top paid public health employees earn an average of £242,650, with two individuals receiving over £250,000, including one individual receiving over £300,000.

  • UK local authorities’ directors of public health receiving over £150,000 have increased from 17 in 2017-18 to 22 in 2018-19, an increase of over 29 per cent.

It's a racket.

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