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  • No prosecutions for firms flouting NMW

    There have been no prosecutions of companies who fail to pay their employees the National Minimum Wage in the past year, despite minsters' claims that they will be tough on the issue. According to figures given to Parliament the last successful case brought against a firm exploiting its workers was in February 2013, and ...

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