Alexander Worth from Kings Worthy died last year after the supercar he was in hit fencing in North Warnborough.
Student Leader Calls For Wage Clampdown
Firms which refuse to pay minimum wage rates should be named and shamed, a student leader said today.
Toni Pearce, president of the National Union of Students said a clampdown was needed, especially for apprentices.
She told the TUC Congress in Bournemouth that the apprentice minimum of £2.65 an hour was going up by just 3p from next month.
"The Government's own evidence last year showed a fifth of apprentices were paid below even that pathetic wage.
"A third of those doing apprenticeships in construction, and almost half of those in hairdressing were paid less than the legal minimum.
"We need more naming and shaming.''
The NUS unveiled a new campaigning partnership with the TUC.
Tests at Horatia House and Leamington House, after the Grenfell fire, revealed a fire risk.
Council Backs Plans To Transform Bournemouth’s Winter Gardens Car Park.
Police say 41 criminals, sending Class A drugs into the city, have been jailed in the last year and a half.
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