Fight for Youth Jobs calls for a minimum of £10 an hour

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Fight for Youth Jobs calls for a minimum of £10 an hour

Campaigners are planning to hold a demonstration in the capital over youth unemployment and zero hour contracts. 

The activist group 'Fight for Youth Jobs' is behind the protest and is calling for a minimum £10 an hour wage for Londoners. 

London Live’s Anthony Baxter hosted a debate on the issue and asked panellists who should be held responsible for reducing the number of 16-24 year olds out of work. 

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