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update: 15th May 2009: Tories dropped the bill!
On May 15 the Employment Opportunities Bill has its second reading in the House of Commons.
Proposed by senior Tory Christoper Chope MP and 11 other Conservative MPs, it will allow firms to opt out of the minimum wage of £5.73 an hour and pay what they like.
This will effectively scrap the minimum wage.
You can read the Hansard of the First Reading the Bill here
Sign Alex Ross's petition against the Tory Bill here
Join the Facebook group here
Visit the WAGE CONCERN website at http://www.wageconcern.com/
And find more about 10 years of our minimum wage here
The Labour Party also works closely and has affiliations with unions in the area, including Britain's Public Service workers' union UNISON. Further affiliated unions include AMICUS (now UNITE), ASLEF, BECTU, BFAWU, COMMUNITY, CWU, GMB, GULO, MU, NACODS, NUM, TGWU, TSSA, UCATT, UNITY, USDAW and GFTU.
Please read more about unions involved with the Labour Party
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