Minimum wage to rise by almost 10% to £11.44 an hour

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says earnings of full-time workers will rise by £1,800 a year next spring as a the result of move

Nearly 3 million low-paid workers will receive a pay increase of almost 10% next spring after the chancellor announced an increase in the “national living wage” to £11.44 an hour.

Jeremy Hunt said the earnings of full-time workers would rise by £1,800 a year as a result of a move that the Low Pay Commission (LPC) said met the 2019 Conservative pledge to end poverty pay in the UK.

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