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Have your say on the UK minimum wage rates

The Low Pay Commission (LPC) is interested in your views

The Government is making major changes to the UK minimum wage rates and has asked the Low Pay Commission (LPC) to report and gather evidence on these new arrangements.

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It has asked the LPC to report on the future level of the existing UK minimum wage rates, by February 2016. Secondly it has asked the LPC to report on the future level of the new National Living Wage (NLW), which will be introduced in April 2016 and applies to workers aged 25 and over.

As part of our evidence gathering a public consultation has been launched including a short survey which runs until 25 September 2015.

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  1. I believe the minimum wage should not be age discriminate. If you are employed to do a job then you should be employed based on ability and fit and regardless of age the higher minimum wage should apply to all whatever the amount agreed on may be.

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