Increase the National Living Wage to two-thirds of average earnings for everyone over 21.
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Conservative Party Manifesto 2019, p.14
[assume this is a previous promise that has been restated?] In our first months, we announced an increase in the National Living Wage to two thirds of average earnings, currently forecast at £10.50 an hour, and widened its reach to everyone over 21. That means an average pay rise of £4,000 per year for four million people by 2024.
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