Short Cuts: 'Spend mobile phone windfall on cracking poverty'

Unison has urged chancellor Gordon Brown to use the £22bn windfall generated by the sale of third-generation mobile phone licences to 'crack poverty', invest in public services and increase the minimum wage, which the union would like to see set at £5 per hour. General secretary elect Dave Prentis said: ...

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