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- How Much Do You Know About What You Can and Can’t Claim? - June 15, 2015
This October the Low Pay Commission directed recommendations to the Government resulting in a 19 pence increase to National Minimum wage. The current rate, now reaching £6.50 per hour, saw a sigh of relief for many.
According to Business Secretary Vince Cable, the National Minimum Wage is a “vital safety net” for low-paid workers across the country where we have seen changes above inflation. This means that more than 1 million people will see an increase of £355 to their pay in the upcoming year.