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Government Looks To Cut Or Freeze Minimum Wage

Government Looks To Cut Or Freeze Minimum Wage | Gov and law- Amanda | Scoop.it
Government plans to freeze or cut the minimum wage have been criticised by anti-poverty campaigners, economists and ministers after Downing Street admitted it was something they "were looking into." Whilst George Osborne continues to defend benefit...
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This article talks all about the ideas of the goverment wanting to cut or keep the minimum wage about. Some people are saying that they should lower it because it would help create more jobs and some people are saying we shouldnt lower it and that it should be raise so we can help the economy.

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dillon von berge's comment, April 11, 2013 8:17 AM
This article is about how they are debating whether to keep the minimum wage or to raise or lower it. I think that they should raise it or keep it because I don't believe lowering the minimum wage will create jobs, but I think that raising it will help boost the economy
Matthew Nava's comment, April 14, 2013 8:38 PM
I think they should just keep the minimum wage where it is at. Lowering it will cause big problems, and a lot of people will get ticked off.
Henry Hartzler's comment, April 18, 2013 9:30 AM
I agree that we should not lower minimum wage any further. Enough businesses already employ people at the lowest possible rate, and I have worked with college students and people supporting families already struggling to pay off debt and bills. Lowering minimum wage would not keep money circulating through the economy.
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Ten disabled people launch legal challenge against Government's 'spare bedroom tax'

Ten disabled people launch legal challenge against Government's 'spare bedroom tax' | Gov and law- Amanda | Scoop.it
A LEGAL challenge has been launched on behalf of ten disabled people who fear their benefits could be cut under the Government's
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Ten people with disabilities and their families are loosing up to 14 to 25 percent of their benefits and are going to go talk to the government about this. They want the court to say that the new regulations are not fair.

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MsHaeussinger's comment, March 10, 2013 4:51 PM
Interesting story, however, are you aware this happened in the UK?