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The national minimum wage: more than setting a wage floor

Sarah Brown

The current focus on the level of the national minimum wage provides an opportunity to consider a wider range of issues associated with low pay Labour’s pledge to increase the national minimum wage to over £8 an hour by 2020 was announced just a week or so before the next increase in the adult national minimum wage comes into effect … Continue reading

30 September 2014 by
Categories: Economics, Politics and policy, SPERI Comment, Welfare | Tags: | 1 comment