All 3 results for boris johnson speaker:John Wilson

Scottish Parliament: Living Wage Week (7 Nov 2012)

John Wilson: be examined more fully and progressed, as the living wage may not always address the fundamental problems of the economy and individual households. It is ironic that while the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, made his intention clear in his announcement—which must be welcomed in some respects—that the living wage will be introduced and uprated in London, very few of the London...

Scottish Parliament: Living Wage (1 Mar 2012)

John Wilson: ...workers aged 21 and over. The Scottish living wage is currently calculated at £7.20 per hour. As I have stated previously in the chamber, 29 organisations in London—including the mayor of London Boris Johnson, the Greater London Assembly and Barclays Bank—have fully embraced the implementation of a living wage. Darren Johnson, a Green Party member in the Greater London Assembly, made...

Scottish Parliament: Living Wage (17 Sep 2009)

John Wilson: ...will solve poverty without a change in the incomes of those who are in or out of employment. The debate about the living wage moved forward in people's minds on 22 May when the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, announced that he was increasing the London living wage by 15p to £7.60 an hour. Since 2005, some 29 organisations across London, including Barclays Bank and the Greater London...

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