BBC blasted after headteacher's claim she had to clean toilets due to austerity despite pay rise

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Siobhan Lowe, headteacher at Tolworth Girls' School, south London, made claim on BBC's Today programme. She said she had cleaned toilets but did not mention her £10,000 wage boost.
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