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When George Osborne announced his new minimum wage rate of 7.20 it seemed a glimmer of hope amidst a challenging budget. The cuts to tax credits could leave many low-paid workers actually worse off, but at least employers are being asked to play their part in moving Britain away from a low-wage economy. But there’s a problem. Tom Skinner, Cordinator of the Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign. MPs launch inquiry into the holes in our benefits safety net. Who pays the price? A poll last year. By the UK...

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When George Osborne announced his new minimum wage rate of 7.20 it seemed a glimmer of hope amidst a challenging budget. The cuts to tax credits could leave many low-paid workers actually worse off, but at least employers are being asked to play their part in moving Britain away from a low-wage economy. But there’s a problem. Tom Skinner, Cordinator of the Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign. MPs launch inquiry into the holes in our benefits safety net. Who pays the price? A poll last year. By the UK...

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