Making Work Pay

Labour has always believed that everyone who works hard deserves to be properly paid and looked-after by their employers.

make_work_pay_x480.jpg A future Labour government would raise the minimum wage to £8 an hour, and also ban the exploitative use of zero-hours contracts. 

Research shows that raising the wages of low paid workers is one of the surest ways to get the economy moving again, as the money gets directly into circulation rather than just sitting in the bank accounts of the wealthy. 

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