It’s a scandal that of the 4.7 million on low wages in 2002, only 800,000 had escaped ten years later.
Posts Tagged: Wages
The squeeze on living standards threatens to hollow out middle class support for the Conservatives. No wonder Labour’s poll lead is so stubborn.
There’s a case for tax incentives for firms to encourage them to pay the Living Wage. But that’s no substitute for focusing tax reductions on the worse-off.
The financial crisis of 2008 was too frightening for any sane person to enjoy, but for the centre-left there was… Read more »