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Gavin Williamson has opened a new row with Theresa May and Philip Hammond by accusing the Prime Minister and Chancellor of ignoring an ­official recommendation on increasing the pay of members of the Armed Forces.

In a letter to 10 Downing Street, the Defence Secretary warned that Mrs May and Mr Hammond had taken the “wrong decision” by failing to honour in full a recommended 2.9 per cent pay rise for military personnel, of which Mr Williamson had been “strongly in favour”.

The Telegraph understands that Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, has expressed similar concerns about the 2 per cent pay rise announced for police officers last week, having lobbied for a total increase of three per cent, in...

Gavin Williamson has opened a new row with Theresa May and Philip Hammond by accusing the Prime Minister and Chancellor of ignoring an ­official recommendation on increasing the pay of members of the Armed Forces.

In a letter to 10 Downing Street, the Defence Secretary warned that Mrs May and Mr Hammond had taken the “wrong decision” by failing to honour in full a recommended 2.9 per cent pay rise for military personnel, of which Mr Williamson had been “strongly in favour”.

The Telegraph understands that Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, has expressed similar concerns about the 2 per cent pay rise announced for police officers last week, having lobbied for a total increase of three per cent, in...

Gavin Williamson has opened a new row with Theresa May and Philip Hammond by accusing the Prime Minister and Chancellor of ignoring an ­official recommendation on increasing the pay of members of the Armed Forces.

In a letter to 10 Downing Street, the Defence Secretary warned that Mrs May and Mr Hammond had taken the “wrong decision” by failing to honour in full a recommended 2.9 per cent pay rise for military personnel, of which Mr Williamson had been “strongly in favour”.

The Telegraph understands that Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, has expressed similar concerns about the 2 per cent pay rise announced for police officers last week, having lobbied for a total increase of three per cent, in...

Gavin Williamson has opened a new row with Theresa May and Philip Hammond by accusing the Prime Minister and Chancellor of ignoring an ­official recommendation on increasing the pay of members of the Armed Forces.

In a letter to 10 Downing Street, the Defence Secretary warned that Mrs May and Mr Hammond had taken the “wrong decision” by failing to honour in full a recommended 2.9 per cent pay rise for military personnel, of which Mr Williamson had been “strongly in favour”.

The Telegraph understands that Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, has expressed similar concerns about the 2 per cent pay rise announced for police officers last week, having lobbied for a total increase of three per cent, in...