The UK government is rewarding judges with a 2% pay rise for their frontline work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The pay award was announced by HM Treasury, which is also giving pay rises to the armed forces, teachers, police officers, the National Crime Agency, prison officers, doctors, dentists, senior civil servants and senior military personnel.
The Ministry of Justice announced a 2% pay award in 2019/2020 for all judicial office holders as part of the government’s response to a major review by the Senior Salaries review Body. The department said it equalled the 2% pay award made in 2018/19, the highest judicial pay increase for a decade.
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