United Kingdom -Bakery union wants £10 minimum pay -February 19, 2015

Union (BFAWU) started a campaign to increase the minimum hourly wage to £10 per hour so that working people do not have to be supported with benefits’.

The Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) started a campaign to increase the minimum hourly wage. BFAWU stated that the ‘minimum wage should be increased to £10 per hour so that working people do not have to be supported with benefits’. The union spreads this message via an animation on YouTube.

English: https://www.youtube.com/watch ...  


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