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Wembley Stadium workers deserve a Living Wage

Thank you for backing Citizens UK's Living Wage campaign.

You can take online action right now. Young people from the Wembley area have undertaken research to reveal the shocking pay-gap their parents, some of whom work at the stadium, face and met outside the Stadium to sing Living Wage themed football chants to launch the Living Wage For All Campaign.

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Ark Academy School, part of Citizens UK alliance Brent Citizens, are calling for Football Association Chairman Greg Clarke to put forward a plan to implement the London Living Wage at the FA’s next board meeting.

Over 2,000 workers are reported to receive below the London Living Wage of £10.20 an hour, with the majority as low as £7.50 an hour with those under 18 earning even less.

Can you help the workers and schoolchildren put pressure on the Football Association to help low-paid staff?

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  • Evelyn Dowrich
    commented 2018-05-02 13:03:28 +0100 · Flag
    Hierarchy is. It has achieved an optimum, and whenever you have one individual having it all, you will have another that has nothing as reported at https://www.assignmentcreator.co.uk . It goes completely against anything equivalent in as numerous methods as there are in trying to keep it that way. Imo, this is why everything has become a competition.

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