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Another brick in the wall?: The downside of Britain’s jobs boom

By DW   |   19 November 2019   |   6:32 pm  
Unemployment in the UK is at its lowest level since the mid-70s, but the country also has the weakest wage growth for 200 years. With the parties competing to offer a higher basic wage, how did this situation came about?
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