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MPs on planned pay rise: Clegg, Shapps, Davis and Cable

2 July 2013 Last updated at 15:28 BST

MPs could get an inflation-busting pay rise while many workers have seen little or no increase in recent years.

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority is expected to say the £66,000 salary for backbenchers should rise to around £75,000 after the 2015 election.

BBC cameras caught the reaction of some leading politicians to the move, which is not proving popular with the public.


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