NIGHT OF THE LIVING WAGE
Sunday People|November 01, 2020
Bid to give graveyard shifters £10 an hour
Chris McLaughlin

MORE than a million night workers could get a pay rise after a TUC bid to change the law.

A last-minute move to change employment laws going through Parliament would see them receive a minimum of £10 an hour.

Nurses and carers are among 1.2 million who earn less in spite of the unsocial hours.

The TUC is urging Employment Minister Therese Coffey to make an urgent amendment to legislation, currently in the Commons, to boost night workers’ pay.

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