National Living Wage – Young’s increases pint of beer by 10p to cover cost, Le Pain Quotidien ends paid breaks: London-based pub retailer Young’s said it had increased the price of a pint by 10p to cover the new National Living Wage rather than cutting staff perks. The flat 10p price rise has seen a pint of Young’s Ordinary increase from £4.15 to £4.25, while Young’s Special has gone up from £4.30 to £4.40. It cancels out the benefits of the chancellor’s freeze on beer duty in the last Budget, and the penny cut in levy in each of theRead More
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