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  • Minimum wage workers double since its introduction

    The number of workers who are paid the National Minimum Wage has doubled since 1999 when it was introduced, a think tank has revealed. A study by the Resolution Foundation found that 1.2m employees are now on the legal minimum, compared to fifteen years ago when it was just 600,000. The think tank also warned that mor...

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