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NFRN expresses concern at national living wage increases and calls on Prime Minister to support and not penalise retailers
National living wage set to rise to £8.72 an hour in April 2020.
Independent retailers raise their concerns at plans to increase the minimum wage to £10.50 with Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom.
Independent retailers have spoken out against the government’s plans to raise the living wage to £10.50 within the next five years.
The National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates are due to increase on 1 April 2019.