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LEICESTER – The UK’s Low Pay Commission, which advises the government on living and minimum wage levels, has published a new report which assesses the state of Leicester’s garment manufacturing sector after its reputation was tarnished.  

The paper, called: ‘Compliance and enforcement of the national minimum wage: the case of the Leicester textiles sector’, explores the issues which surfaced in the city back in 2020, corrective actions that’ve since been made and whether they’re sustainable. 

“The evidence we have gathered is focused on Leicester, but the conclusions we draw and recommendations we make are relevant for labour market enforcement across the UK,” the report notes.  

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