Is there a National Minimum Wage?

The National Minimum Wage and the National Living Wage are 

the two minimum wage rates that are supposed to be paid to all workers in the UK.

For workers who have left school, the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is the minimum pay per hour.

The National Living Wage is the minimum wage for those over 21, 

and is slightly higher than the minimum wage.

In London, the Real Living Wage as of October 2023 is £12 or £13.15

a voluntary minimum that some employers commit to paying.

During the Labour government's tenure in 1998

The first National Minimum Wage came into effect.

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