Research and analysis: The National Living Wage Beyond 2020

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November 4
09:59 2019

The National Living Wage Beyond 2020

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In October 2018, the then Chancellor set out his ambitions for the future of the National Living Wage and the Low Pay Commission: to set an ambitious new remit, with the ultimate objective of ending low pay in the UK, while protecting employment for lower paid workers. In deciding this remit, he committed to engage with employers, trade unions and the Low Pay Commission itself.

This report contains the Low Pay Commissions advice to Government on the future of the National Living Wage beyond 2020. It was submitted to Government in advance of the Chancellors announcement on 30 September.

HM Treasury have also today published the report to the Government by Professor Arindrajit Dube on international evidence around minimum wages. The LPC contributed to the preparation of Professor Dubes report.

Published 4 November 2019

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