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Siân Berry names and shames the Tate for low pay





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Uploaded on Jan 16, 2008

Siân Berry, Mayor of London candidate from the Green Party, took part in a demonstration at the Tate Modern with the London Citizens group to highlight low wages in London.

The Greater London Authority calculates that basic living costs in London require workers to take home £7.20 per hour. But the minimum wage is £1.85 short of this London Living Wage.

Siân pledges to pay at least the Living Wage to all employees under the GLA - from City Hall to police stations and bus depots - and carry on naming and shaming private employers that won't follow suit.

Support the campaign for a fairer, Greener London at:

Read Siân's blog about the Tate Modern demo at:

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