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Stuart Goltzman Sep 15
Replying to @GoltzmanStuart
I despise you because you defy the laws of nature. In nature, you would be the bounty of lions tigers and bears.
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HM Treasury Mar 13
We’re raising the to £7.83 per hour from next month – a pay rise of over £2,000 for a full-time worker since 2015.
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James Cleverly Jul 20
Because of the changes made by in government, people on the are almost £500 a year better off.
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REC Press Office Nov 22
From April 2018 the will rise to £7.83 per hour
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HM Treasury Mar 30
⏰ Counting down to 1 April – when thousands will see extra 💷 💷 in their back pocket thanks to a boost. Make sure you’re paid the right amount 👉 📢 Retweet to spread the word 📢
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Carthy Accountants Sep 26
Not sure if you're business is compliant with the ?! Read on...
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Sarah Driver Mar 15
What excuse can there be for paying a national ‘living’ wage to over 25s only? So random & gross. People under 25 are struggling just as much as the over 25s & should never be punished for their age. Eg by 25 I’d been paying private rent for 8 years!
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jill adelus 17h
What about Carers..do you pay them the ..and if not why not?
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X Media Spin 23h
Replying to @Conservatives
X % increase of a pittance is still a pittance! means a wage you can ***L I V E*** on. £7.83 for ages 25 and over, £7.38 21–24, £5.90 18–20 and £4.20 for under 18s. You go live on it! A newspaper would pull your ad for MISLEADING ADVERTISING
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Cllr. Alex Yip JP Jan 18
Very informative lunch with Chris Grayling- Brexit is an opportunity and not the only issue- since 1970’s, strong economic message, and we can’t have a return to the chaos of nationalised industries like British Rail! The future is bright!
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DWP Press Office Mar 21
By raising the , we have ensured that the lowest earners have seen their wages grow above inflation since 2015
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Séamus Nevin Mar 31
Tomorrow the will increase: 16 and 17 year olds will be due £4.20 an hour; those aged 18-20 will get £5.90 an hour; £7.38 for those aged 21-24; and £7:83 for employees aged 25+. If you’re an employer make sure you’re paying the right amount
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Rohit K Dasgupta Jul 26
Great initiative from . Know your rights
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Dept for BEIS Apr 1
From today these are the new and rates. Make sure you’re paying your workers correctly
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GMB Young Members✊ May 20
National Committee supporting campaign and calling on MP's to attend the Bill
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Jonathan Gullis Oct 13
have boosted incomes for lowest paid workers by £1,400 by National Living Wage. Up from £7.20 to £7.50.
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Kev Mac Nov 21
I work damned hard and I'm very good at what I do, is working towards a fair entitlement for us all as agency workers. Even getting to the would be a huge boost
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Dept for BEIS Apr 3
Make sure you’re paying staff correctly. and rates increased on Sunday 1 April
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Calum Carson Apr 1
Sobering reminder of the scale of child poverty in the UK over a bank holiday weekend filled with boasting from the government about their so called - In order to reverse these rises in poverty, we need more employers to voluntarily pay rates.
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Polly #ayerobot May 3
Hey Kids turn over to BBC parliament channel giving a speech on there's 6 Mps present at this . That's how important under 25 year-olds being including im getting a are to the UK government .
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