PROTEST AGAINST HIKES IN COUNCILLOR ALLOWANCES - WHILE YOUNG PEOPLE SUFFER POVERTY PAY
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Tower Hamlets Council claims it is a London Living Wage employer, meaning that it's contractors must also pay the rate of £10.20 per hour. But GLL is refusing to do this for workers aged under 21. Instead, it made an agreement with the Council to delay this until April 2019. Unite the Union is demanding that GLL and the Council pay up now!
Six members of the Cabinet will see an increase from £14,000 to £20,000. Deputy Mayors will get an increase from £14,000 to £30,000. While at the same time Tower Hamlets Council refuses to pay workers aged under 21 who work on the Council's leisure centres the London Living Wage.
Unite the Union demands Tower Hamlets Council pays its workers aged under 21 the London Living Wage now!
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