More options
Sort by relevance | Sorted by date: newest / oldest | Show use by person

Results 1-20 of 1,453 for minimum wage

Did you mean: minimum age?

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (28 November 2014)

Low Pay Commission (National Minimum Wage) Bill - Second reading – Dan Jarvis. Legislation

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (6 November 2014)

Additional cost to the Exchequer in tax credits in the light of the falling value of the National Minimum Wage. Oral Questions

Young People: Alternatives to University — Motion to Take Note (23 October 2014) See 4 other results from this debate

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...grant for employers. This will fund more than 100,000 additional incentive payments for employers to take on young apprentices aged 16 to 24, providing a major boost to their job prospects. I confirm the point made by the noble Lord, Lord Sheikh, about the minimum wage being paid, although I take on board the issue raised in that regard by the noble Lord, Lord Young. I hope that he will...

Public Bill Committee: Pension Schemes Bill: - Examination of Witnesses (23 October 2014) See 1 other result from this clause

...on everything over about 8,000 and the employee pays national insurance of 12% on everything above that figure, and then everything is taxed above the nil rate band. Obviously, you have to be paid the minimum wage of 11,500-ish, but above that, why would you be paid through your salary when you can pay into a pension and take it all out the next day? For payments into a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Minimum Wage (22 October 2014)

Minimum Wage

Jobseeker’s Allowance — Question (21 October 2014)

Lord Freud: ...apology that I made last week. I want to make a full and unreserved apology for the comments that I made at the Conservative Party conference. Of course disabled people should be paid at least the minimum wage, just like everybody else, and I am profoundly sorry for any offence that I caused. I turn to the noble Baroness’s question. Matthew Oakley found that benefit sanctions provide...

Public Bill Committee: Childcare Payments Bill: Clause 9 - The person and his or her partner must be in qualifying paid work (21 October 2014)

Priti Patel: ...;employment, self-employment or both—and expect in the forthcoming entitlement period to receive at least what someone who works eight hours a week would earn at the prevailing rate of the national minimum wage. At the current rate of the minimum wage, a parent would need to expect to earn 52 a week on average to meet that condition. I am sure members of the Committee will...

Public Bill Committee: Childcare Payments Bill: Clause 1 - Entitlement to receive money towards costs of childcare (21 October 2014) See 1 other result from this clause

Priti Patel: ...qualify for support with their child care costs. Of course, that is subject to meeting the conditions of the scheme’s eligibility criteria, which I briefly outlined. To qualify, parents must meet a minimum income level, based on the amount earned from working eight hours a week on the national minimum wage. That means that parents will qualify when they earn just over 50 a week...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: New Schedule (20 October 2014)

Tom Elliott: ...and the Department of Justice, and, by and large, the Ulster Unionist Party supports them. Some of the more controversial aspects, as we have heard, are around clause 4 and the principle of setting minimum sentences. However, I acknowledge that Lord Morrow has carried this out in the right way, in that he has allowed for some judicial discretion. I support the issue of...

Social Justice Strategy — Motion to Take Note (16 October 2014)

Lord McAvoy: ...known to the Minister opposite. In the recent broadcast of the statement made by the noble Lord, Lord Freud, at the Conservative Party conference, he said he would take away the idea of paying people with a disability 2 an hour, a reduction in the minimum wage. Did the noble Lord, Lord Freud, or his department carry out any work on that proposal? Can the Minister confirm or otherwise...

Public Bill Committee: Childcare Payments Bill: Examination of Witnesses (16 October 2014)

Samantha Mann: No, we have not carried out specific research on this question. As employer-supported child care stands, an employee cannot sacrifice their pay below the national minimum wage that prevails for their age group, so any employee who is currently in receipt of the national minimum wage is excluded from employer-supported child care. The advantage of child care payments is that...

Business of the House (16 October 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...prospects that he is desperate to let the EU Bill jump the queue? Yesterday the Prime Minister failed to defend his own welfare Minister, Lord Freud, who claimed that disabled workers are not worth the full minimum wage and promised to go away and think about making them work for 2 an hour. This was not just an unfortunate slip of the tongue; it revealed the truth about this...

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Online Access (Disabled People) (16 October 2014)

Chi Onwurah: ...McKinnell) and me to meet a group of profoundly deaf constituents. I was struck by how much they wanted to participate and engage and, in particular, to find jobs—but not to be paid less than the minimum wage—and also by how excluded they felt by the lack of British sign language accessibility for the web. I am sure that there is a technological solution. What technologies is...

Women and Equalities: Equal Pay (16 October 2014)

Jo Swinson: As I said in yesterday’s debate on the national minimum wage, great shock has been expressed in all parts of the House about Lord Freud’s remarks, which in no way reflect the opinion of the Government. It is therefore quite right that he has apologised in full for those remarks. It is right to set out on the record that people in all parts of the House believe that the minimum...

Opposition Day — [6th Allotted Day]: NHS Services (Access) (15 October 2014)

Andrew George: ...and avoiding unnecessary admissions depends on having adequate services at home. Ultimately, that falls on the shoulders of home care workers, who themselves face a race to the bottom, as they are often paid the minimum wage and their travel times and costs are not properly covered. We therefore need a new benchmark that puts a floor in the system by paying those workers a living wage,...

Opposition Day — [6th Allotted Day]: National Minimum Wage (15 October 2014) See 88 other results from this debate

Jo Swinson: ...the political to and fro or the very politicised wording of the motion might suggest. The hon. Member for Dumfries and Galloway (Mr Brown) gave us a welcome reminder of the history of the national minimum wage and his experience on the Bill Committee, which had two overnighters to make the legislation happen. When he was doing that in 1997, I was working in McDonald’s on 2.70...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Joint Ministerial Committee (15 October 2014)

Margaret Curran: ...shake us into immediate action. What are the Government doing to give greater priority to the fight against poverty in Scotland? Does the Minister believe that Labour’s policy of increasing the minimum wage to 8 would help in that fight?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (15 October 2014) See 6 other results from this debate

David Cameron: ...have cut taxes for 26 million people in our country; we have taken 3 million people out of income tax altogether; and we have raised the personal allowance to 10,000, so that if someone is on the minimum wage, we have cut their income tax bill by two thirds. But we have been able to do that only because we remembered something important: you have got to have a long-term economic plan...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: National Minimum Wage (15 October 2014)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...has today made the following statement. I am pleased to announce that the Government has written to the Low Pay Commission setting out what we would like the Commission to consider on the National Minimum Wage. The document contains the Government’s interim evidence on economic and non-economic issues, including the minimum wage rates, the youth labour market and apprenticeships. An...

   More options
Sort by relevance | Sorted by date: newest / oldest | Show use by person