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FSB warns wage rises “may need to be delayed” as economic uncertainty looms

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Small businesses are calling for the rises in the National Living Wage to be delayed because of economic uncertainty. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have called for the target to raise the living wage to £8.75 an hour by 2020 to be reconsidered amid signs of a challenging economic outlook in the coming years. The government recently coined the term National Living Wage, which is essentially the National Minimum Wage for working people aged 25 and over

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FSB warns wage rises “may need to be delayed” as economic uncertainty looms

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