Overpaid prime minister
- Saved From Going Naked and Hungry. Kariks, Edgars // Transitions Online;1/20/2003, pN.PAG
Reports on the resolution adopted by the government of Latvia on January 7, 2003 to triple all ministers' monthly salaries. Expected public reaction to the resolution; Statement given by Prime Minister Einars Repse, explaining the move; Benefits of the resolution.
- Restoring earning's' link paves way for NPSS. McMillan, Paul // Money Marketing;5/18/2006, p8
The article reports on the agreement to restore the earnings' link to the basic state pension by the Prime Minister and the Chancellor. The state pension sets its rise in line with earnings from 2012. The deal lifts the barrier to pension reform between Number 10 and the Treasury. It also opens...
- Setting civil service salaries. // CCPA Monitor;Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p49
The article presents an extract from the diary of fictional Prime Minister Jim Hacker concerning his advocacy to increase the salaries of civil servants in Great Britain. Hacker opened up to his wife, Annie, the low salaries and lack of performance standards of the servants. His cabinet...
- Ministers stand firm on staged award despite �510m surplus. Snow, Tamsin // Nursing Standard;6/13/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 40, p6
The article reports that ministers in Great Britain have taken a firm stand regarding the implementation of the 2007 pay award to nurses, to be in accordance to what they planned. It is stated that chancellor Gordon Brown, has agreed to meet nursing unions to talk about the pay award, but there...
- Unions prepare for rocky ride as Darling stands firm over pay. Duffin, Christian // Nursing Standard;9/17/2008, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p5
The article reports that health unions will be battling with the British government over nurses' pay hikes in 2009. At the Trades Union Congress held in September 2008, Chancellor Alistair Darling announced that public sector wages will be kept down in a bid to control inflation. Negotiators for...
- Pay up, Mr Blair. // Pulse;7/6/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 27, p48
The article focuses on the earnings of General Practitioner, doctors who provides a wide range of family health services, including advice on health problems, vaccinations and others, which according to Prime Minister Tony Blair are not overpaid in Great Britain. Consequently, GPs are getting...
- When the Lights Went Out. // Time;2/28/1972, Vol. 99 Issue 9, p29
The article focuses on the six-week national coal miners' strike which is directed to Prime Minister Edward Heath in Great Britian. It mentions that the six-week national strike is due to the demand of the coal miners for the increase of 25%for their minimum pay range of 36.80 dollars that...
- Prime Minister Hashimoto of Japan can aid our balance of... // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;1/8/96, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p18
Elaborates on the description of Japanese prime minister, Mr. Hashimoto. His attitude.
- Leader Biography. // Samoa Country Review;2009, p27
The article presents several information on Samoan Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sailele Malielegaoi such as his date of birth which is April 14, 1945, his civil status which is married, and his number of children which is eight.