More than 300 mandarins take home more than the PM five years after David Cameron promised to cut the cost of politics - The Daily Mail

Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, said: ‘It's good to see the government is opening the books on top pay in the public sector, but it does serve as a timely reminder of the huge taxpayer-funded salaries going to those heading up quangos.

‘Taxpayers will also be shocked to see the deals going towards those heading up new organisations in the NHS, at a time when there is enormous pressure on budgets and services.

‘It's absolutely vital that the public sector top brass are held to account by elected politicians so that we can put an end to the culture of rewards-for-failure, which has been all too prevalent in the public sector.’

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More than 300 mandarins take home more than the PM five years after David Cameron promised to cut the cost of politics - The Daily Mail
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