Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced a "real living wage" rate of £10 from 2020, far outstripping the Government's national living wage of £7.50 per hour, if Labour wins the next general election.
Today is the first "snapshot" date that large employers must use to report their gender pay gap. Private- and voluntary-sector organisations in England, Scotland and Wales with 250 or more employees must calculate their gender pay and gender bonus gaps as they are on 5 April each year.
Philip Hammond used the Spring Budget to launch a series of measures aimed at boosting technical skills and productivity and raising tax contributions from workers who are self-employed or who operate through limited companies.
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