Mick Antoniw has warned that scrapping the Agricultural Wages Board would mean a 'race to the bottom' for wages in rural areas. He was speaking following a debate at the National Assembly.
The Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Food, Fisheries in Wales, Alun Davies says he will meet with the UK government next week to discuss plans to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board that regulates farm workers and sets minimum pay levels. The changes will affect 13,500 workers in Wales
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