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You know the Living Wage has gone mainstream when you’re walking along the Thames (I’m referring to Bermondsey here, not the South Bank, before you start raising your eyebrows) and the folk in front of you…
It feels like it’s been around for eons, but this is only the third Living Wage Week to date. Much to celebrate, including a decent rise in the London rate, which rose by 4% to £9.15 per hour.
We all know London is an expensive place, regularly at the pinnacle of those world city league tables where they compare prices for a croissant, cup of coffee, cinema ticket, etc.