Mayor of London Boris Johnson will announce how many people in the capital are receiving The London Living Wage later today.
Hundreds of employers have signed up to the charter which sees businesses pay a wage based on the basic cost of living in the capital rather than minimum wage which is more than £2 an hour less.
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