Monthly Archives: March 2017

Making Wales a Living Wage- Mike Hedges AM

Whilst Wales has very little unemployment, we are unfortunately blighted by low wages and the sort of ‘flexible contracts’ which benefit employers at the expense of employees. From 1 April 2016, the Conservative government at Westminster renamed the minimum wage the Living Wage and introduced a new mandatory national living for workers aged 25 and […]

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News Bulletin March 2017

Dear Comrade/Annwyl Gyfaillon This bulletin focusses particularly on the forthcoming Welsh Labour conference, covering both motions to be debated and our own fringe meeting, and the Momentum conference taking place on the same weekend while also giving the usual brief rundown of recent developments and forthcoming events. We are aware that it is several weeks […]

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