Corrie Steph stars in end pay cap vid
FORMER Coronation Street and Dynasty actress Stephanie Beacham has lent her voice to a union campaign to give millions of public sector workers a pay rise.
She appears in a short film made by Unison which praises the dedication of teaching assistants, paramedics, refuse collectors and other public sector staff.
It also criticises the Government’s “hypocritical” attitude to their pay.
The 70-year-old said: “I wanted to do this film because I find it deeply unacceptable that public service staff who keep us safe, look after us when we’re ill and keep our local services running haven’t seen a pay rise in seven years.
“Our public service workers deserve more than a measly pat on the back, they need substantially more money in their pockets.
“The public sector pay cap has to go now, and be replaced with a decent wage.” YOU can remove blood stains on clothes with Coca-Cola.