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The Guardian: How paying the minimum raises the stakes

Without a minimum wage, “the good employers are undercut by the bad, and the bad are undercut by the worst”. So said Winston Churchill in 1909 when the Liberal government introduced wages councils to represent the ‘sweated’ trades [write Mike Kitson and Frank Wilkinson of CBR].

Read the full article [theguardian.com]