Against the National Living Wage


The National Living Wage is a political football and must be scrapped because it risks creating unemployment.

The report, which was released ahead of the Chancellor’s Spring budget, demonstrates how increases in the minimum wage can accelerate the automation of the workforce, increase unemployment and criminal behaviour, cut the bottom few rungs off of the employment ladder, increase consumer prices and hamper low skilled workers throughout their lives.

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