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TUC Supports Low Pay Review Conclusions

Following the publication of Low Pay: The Nation's Challenge by Alan Buckle, which argues that the framework that governs how the minimum wage is set must change dramatically, that the minimum wage must evolve to address the new, broader problem of low pay and calls for an ambitious target to increase the minimum wage over the course of a Parliament, Frances O'Grady, TUC General Secretary commented:

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Government cracks down on non-payment of minimum wage

Five UK employers have been the first to be named and shamed for failing to pay their employees the correct National Minimum Wage.

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Government submits NMW evidence to Low Pay Commission

Business Secretary Vince Cable has submitted the Government’s final analysis on employment and the economy for the independent Low Pay Commission (LPC). The LPC will consider this as part of wider evidence when making its recommendations on National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates for this year.

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Care sector abuse of minimum wage rules

More than 2,400 workers in the care sector were underpaid the National Minimum Wage (NMW) in the last two years across the United Kingdom.

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