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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith Oct 29
It is cruel and unusual punishment to deny those who are under 25 the right to a but it's how the Tories see the young as unworthy of a salary that one can live on.
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HM Treasury Oct 29
From April [the ] will rise again, by 4.9%, from £7.83 to £8.21… …handing a full-time worker a further £690 annual pay increase… …and taking his or her total pay-rise, since the introduction to over £2,750 a year.
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Kev Mac 21 Nov 17
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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Emily Kenway Oct 29
Every I get flashbacks to summer 2015 when I was Campaign Manager & Osborne announced . It was a shocking moment. Had the campaign won? No, the govt had stolen the phrase and attached it to a rate that had nothing to do with living costs.
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Ootah The Terrible Oct 29
reacting to the news that the will only rise to £8.21 .....
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REC Press Office 22 Nov 17
From April 2018 the will rise to £7.83 per hour
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Jackson Lees Nov 5
Happy ! As one of the four accredited Living Wage law firms in the North West, our Executive Chairman shares why he believes it is only right to pay your employees fairly (and we're also just really proud of that fact)!
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Connor Pie-man Apr 12
Oh my GOD The and continue Seems awfully convenient this OPCW report is coming out so close to the council doesn't it Andrew Neil probably just desperate to keep a Tory taking out his bins 🤣🤣🤣
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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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Stalkers Transport Oct 29
The need to quickly accept rate rises so we can pay our a fair rate without going out of . The increase in the today is rapidly closing the pay gap in an industry that is already uber expensive to join!
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Rohit K Dasgupta Jul 26
Great initiative from . Know your rights
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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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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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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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Just A Boy Called Chris 18 Nov 17
Didn’t Ed Miliband claim he’d get the to £8 by 2020? Then Tories said £9 by 2020, now Corbyn saying £10 by 2020. Funny how BOTH sides can seem to keep outdoing each other... keep it up 😂
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Donna Jones Oct 29
A budget to be proud of! Austerity is over, the deficit reduced, more in work than ever before, over £2bn for & increase to the & more money for high streets & over £400m for schools! 👍🏻Thats what you get from a sendible Gov!
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Calum Carson Jul 4
Great to see this campaign in action from to pass a Private Member’s Bill eliminating the absurd divide between those under 25 and those over in being paid the : would love to see another campaign supporting the next ()
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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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Lower League Rugby Player Nov 15
Really pleased for apprentice player on being selected against Japan (uber jealous) but can't believe he's still only paid £3.30 per hour! International rugby! This is no ordinary apprenticeship , first Brexit and now this.
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Plus Dane Housing May 18
If you’re a worker aged 25 and over, and not in your first year of an apprenticeship, you’re legally entitled to at least the of £7.83 per hour. Think you're being underpaid? Register a confidential complaint with HMRC.
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