MPs to get a 2.7% pay rise ‘The optics are just not good’ | Arlene Foster and Paul Embery

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‘You can’t have it both ways.’

‘The optics are just not good.’

Arlene Foster and Paul Embery share their thoughts on MPs getting a 2.7% pay rise.

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