FCA pay debate reignites as 68 senior staff make more than the prime minister

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Sixty-eight staff at the Financial Conduct Authority are paid more than the Prime Minister, new figures reveal.The numbers, disclosed under a Freedom of Information Act request, throw current plans to overhaul pay at the watchdog back into the spotlight.

Top brass are paid more than £161,401 — drawing a battle line between those who say senior staff need to be paid even more to stop them leaving, and those who believe remuneration at the regulator is too high.Boris...

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