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National President Narinder Randhawa was interviewed on Sky Radio News on Monday, October 25 about the expected increase in the minimum wage.

Mr Randhawa explained how the knock-on effect of increased employers’ National Insurance and pension contributions could lead to job cuts and would force already hard pressed retailers into working longer hours for less money.

You can listen to a short clip of the interview by clicking here.

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