EXCLUSIVE: LGA bonus rejection 'slap in the face'

By Dan Peters | 19 May 2020

A top union official has branded English councils’ refusal to rally behind a campaign for a workers’ coronavirus bonus as a ‘slap in the face’.

National employers had recommended that the Local Government Association (LGA) should back a union bid for a bonus after it was announced that all care workers in Wales would receive a £500 payment in recognition of their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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