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The National Living Wage is an obligatory minimum wage payable to workers in the United Kingdom aged 23 and over which came into effect on 1 April 2016. As of April 2022 it is £9.50 per hour for those aged 23 and over, £9.18 for those aged 21–22, £6.83 for ages 18–20. Minimum wage for 16–17 is currently £4.81 It was implemented at a significantly higher rate than the preceding national minimum wage rate, and was expected (in 2015) to rise to at least £9 per hour by 2020. The consultation document issued by the Low Pay Commission in 2019 indicated that this target would not be met, instead proposing a figure of £8.67 per hour for the over 23 rate.

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  • The National Living Wage is an obligatory minimum wage payable to workers in the United Kingdom aged 23 and over which came into effect on 1 April 2016. As of April 2022 it is £9.50 per hour for those aged 23 and over, £9.18 for those aged 21–22, £6.83 for ages 18–20. Minimum wage for 16–17 is currently £4.81 It was implemented at a significantly higher rate than the preceding national minimum wage rate, and was expected (in 2015) to rise to at least £9 per hour by 2020. The consultation document issued by the Low Pay Commission in 2019 indicated that this target would not be met, instead proposing a figure of £8.67 per hour for the over 23 rate. (en)
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  • The National Living Wage is an obligatory minimum wage payable to workers in the United Kingdom aged 23 and over which came into effect on 1 April 2016. As of April 2022 it is £9.50 per hour for those aged 23 and over, £9.18 for those aged 21–22, £6.83 for ages 18–20. Minimum wage for 16–17 is currently £4.81 It was implemented at a significantly higher rate than the preceding national minimum wage rate, and was expected (in 2015) to rise to at least £9 per hour by 2020. The consultation document issued by the Low Pay Commission in 2019 indicated that this target would not be met, instead proposing a figure of £8.67 per hour for the over 23 rate. (en)
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  • National Living Wage (en)
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