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Commenting on new analysis published today (Sunday) by London First and conducted by Frontier Economics, which suggests that wages could be damaged by Brexit, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:

“This is yet more evidence of how widespread concerns are that Brexit will hit working people in the pocket.

8 May 2016

Commenting on new analysis published today (Sunday) by London First and conducted by Frontier Economics, which suggests that wages could be damaged by Brexit, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:

“This is yet more evidence of how widespread concerns are that Brexit will hit working people in the pocket. Londoners will be especially worried that they may face some of the biggest losses to future earnings. It's not worth taking the risk of a Brexit hit on working families and their living standards. "

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