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Protestors gathered outside McDonalds in Whitehall to demand a wage of £10 an hour and an end to zero hour contracts. We spoke to them about the reality of working in the industry,
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Bakers Union president calls for a general strike against austerity and a living wage of £10 an hour
Bakers’ union president Ian Hodson calls for a general strike against UK government austerity, at the opening of the BFAWU annual conference at the Southport Theatre and Convention Centre.
Bakers Union Leader urges Ed Miliband to end “light-touch austerity” and produce polices that appeal to core voters
Mr Draper said he had a message for Mr Miliband who has a “hell of a job” to win the general election next year.
The minimum wage should be increased to £10 per hour so that working people do not have to be supported with benefits, says the Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU).