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Should the government raise the national minimum wage?

Results from UK Independence

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Minimum Wage Poll Results for UK Independence

Yes

1,223 votes

47%

No

1,322 votes

51%

Distribution of answers submitted by UK Independence.

3 Yes answers
4 No answers
1 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Minimum Wage

In March 2015 the UK government announced that the minimum wage would be raised 3% to £6.70 an hour. The increase was supported by Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg. Opponents say that the increase is too small. They argue that too many workers are living in poverty and the national wage should be raised to a “living wage” of £10 per hour.  See recent minimum wage news

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