Pay dispute threatens speech therapists' morale, union claims

Dissatisfaction at the government's three-year pay deal, which adds up to an annual pay increase of 2.7 per cent - just under half the rate of inflation, is creating a 'crisis' of stress and low morale among speech and language therapists, their union has claimed.

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