Is the minimum wage holding back the UK?
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09-02-2012, 3:29 PM
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However if the individuals are no worse off and the state is better off then the cost of house prices, rents, good, energy etc is irrelevant.
Further, if the state is better off there is scope for improved services / facilities, increased tax thresholds etc.
If no-one else is worse off and the state is better off (and therefore has scope to do other things) isn't that a good thing??
Based on this logic why haven't the coalition government implemented your idea
Maybe it's because before the minimum wage was introduced there was unemployment
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