United Kingdom - Public workers confronted with ethnicity gap - March 31, 2018

Results from an ethnicity audit show that public workers in London face an ethnicity pay gap of up to 37%. The study found varying pay gaps, ranging from none at all in the London fire brigade to 9.8% at TfL, 16.7% at the Metropolitan police and 37.5% at the Old Oak and Park Royal development corporation, which runs a major redevelopment project in the north-west of the city. The major of London is deeply troubled by the results of the audit and vows for action.

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