Prime minister warns 'unscrupulous' employers they will 'pay the price' of cheating workers
The prime minister has warned 'unscrupulous' employers face hefty fines and criminal prosecutions if they fail to deliver the 'national living wage' to their workers.
Employers who fail to pay the new and controversial living wage - unveiled by the Chancellor George Osborne in his first Conservative Budget - could be hit with fines of up to 200 per ...
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