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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Alistair Darling's announcement of a pay freeze for top public servants was today described as cynical and insubstantial by the Conservative leader David Cameron.
In a sign of Labour's direction on public sector pay, the chancellor last night urged there should be no salary increase next year for about 750,000 of the best paid public sector employees including judges, senior NHS managers and GPs.
Public sector leaders expressed anger at the move, while business leaders called on the government to go further.
The announcement came on the eve of the speech by the shadow chancellor, George Osborne, to the Conservative …