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On the 15th anniversary of the introduction of the minimum wage, the TUC has revealed that in some parts of Britain, nearly half the jobs pay less than the living wage.
An overwhelming vote of the Church of England's General Synod has today backed a Living Wage for its own workers and for all others.
The Rt Rev Justin Welby, who has a strong background in business and finance, has spoken warmly of his support for the Living Wage.
One in five workers in the UK – some 4.82 million people – are paid less than the ‘Living Wage’, new research from KPMG shows today.
A campaign to lobby FTSE 100 companies to adopt the Living Wage has been backed by the Methodist Church and its Central Finance Board.
Royal watchers have been asked by a trade union to support a campaign to give disgracefully low-paid cleaners in the Royal Household a living wage.
UK trade unionists are protesting outside the Nespresso Café in London's Knightsbridge today, as part of a global campaign targetting the company.
The Let Justice Roll Living Wage Campaign, a national US coalition of 91 religious, labour and community organizations, has thanked the Senate for voting to raise the minimum wage for the first time in many years.
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