Labour pledge to make Brighton a ‘Living Wage City’

Besi Besemar November 4, 2014

Labour’s three prospective parliamentary candidates and council group leader have joined forces in a pledge to make Brighton and Hove a Living Wage city. Whilst welcoming this week’s increase in the UK living wage level to £7.85, Peter Kyle (PPC Hove and Portslade), Warren Morgan (Labour and Cooperative Group Leader), Nancy Platts (PPC Kemptown) and Purna Sen (PPC Pavilion) say that more joined up action is needed to ensure extensive coverage in Brighton and Hove.

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