BFAWU Launch £10 An Hour Minimum Wage Petition!

The BFAWU has campaigned for the minimum wage to be raised to £10 an hour for the last few years and the campaign has really started to gain momentum with fellow Unions and politicians including Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn giving their backing this call.

In light of this, and a Fast-Food Rights day of action taking place on April 14th 2016, the BFAWU has decided to put pressure on the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne with an online petition to further support this call.

The BFAWU calls on all members, friends, MPs and affiliates to sign the petition, which can be found here