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The Low Pay Commission (LPC) has launched a public consultation to obtain views on the operation of the National Minimum Wage (NMW).

Paying a living wage is affordable for big companies in UK banking, construction, computing and food production sectors, according to a new report jointly published by the think tanks Resolution Foundation and IPPR.

The Government has accepted the independent Low Pay Commission’s (LPC) recommendations for this year’s National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates.

Workplace inequalities have increased significantly across Europe as a result of the global economic crisis, and will continue to do so as more and more countries introduce austerity measures and labour reforms, according to a new study published by the International Labour Office (ILO).

The TUC and the National Union of Students (NUS) are launching a new campaign calling for the fair treatment of interns. The event at TUC headquarters in central London will begin a year of campaign activity for fairer and better internships.

More than 100 of the biggest hitters in British business have signed the Government’s Business Compact and are opening their doors to people from all walks of life, ending the ‘who you know, not what you know’ culture, the Deputy Prime Minister has announced.

The TUC is to meet with the Low Pay Commission (LPC), where it will argue that it should recommend raising the adult national minimum wage (NMW) next year by more than the rate of inflation.

National Minimum Wage increases

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Around 890,000 workers, two thirds of them women, will benefit when the adult national minimum wage (NMW) for adults increases by 15p to £6.08 per hour on Saturday 1st October, says the TUC.

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