PMQs: Morden and Johnson on living wage level rise

The prime minister has been asked if the chancellor is planning to scrap a planned rise in the national living wage.

Labour MP Jessica Morden asked him to confirm the hourly level will still rise to £9.21 in April, saying “working people should not be made to pay for this crisis”.

Boris Johnson responded by saying his government introduced the living wage and had delivered a “record increase” in it.

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