Rishi Sunak has told MPs in the House of Commons on Wednesday during his Budget address, that from April the minimum wage will increase this April.
From 1 April those are aged over 23-years old will have their salary increase by to £8.91 per hour, Sunak announced setting out his Spring Budget.
The threshold has been lowered from 25 to 23, as currently those over 25 receive £8.72 an hour, 21 to 24-year olds get £8.20.
From 1 April under the new rules workers aged between 21 and 22 are to get a rise to £8.36, whilst those under 18 will now receive £4.62 with apprentices to have £4.30.
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