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Labour has defended its minimum wage policy against criticism from one of the party’s former ministers. Alan Milburn, who served in Tony Blair’s Cabinet until 2003 and now chairs the Government’s Social Mobility Commission, said Labour’s bid to increase the national minimum wage to £8 an hour by 2020 would fail to increa...
NASUWT press release Responding to the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission's second annual State of the Nation report, Chris Keates, General Secretary of...
Nick Clegg has said he wants to change the Government’s MP recall proposals, but hit out at Conservative Zac Goldsmith’s plan as the “rich man’s recall”. The Coal...
Labour press release Ian Murray MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Trade and Investment, responding to comments today on the National Minimum Wage, said: "The last...
Frank Field MP press release Commenting on the findings of the Child Poverty and Social Mobility Commission's State of the Nation report, Frank Field MP said: '...
Alan Milburn warned that Britain was “on the brink of becoming a permanently divided nation” and called on politicians to focus policy on improving social mobility ...
20/10/2014 on BBC Breakfast
19/10/2014 on Sunday Politics, BBC One
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