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That this House notes the decision of Conservative members of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) to vote against paying the London Living Wage to cleaners contracted to LFEPA at a recent meeting of the Fire Authority's Finance Committee; condemns the Conservatives' shameful attempt to deny a decent standard of living to low-paid workers in the capital; and urges members of the full LFEPA board to back the payment of the Living Wage when this matter is discussed at their meeting on 21st June.
Total number of signatures: 67
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at end add `and is dismayed by the latest comments of the Conservative London Assembly Member and Vice Chair of LFEPA, Brian Coleman, who has stated that paying the London Living Wage to fire station cleaners is just ridiculous.'.
Total number of signatures: 2
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