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That this House notes that the cleaners employed by Initial Facilities, under contract from Thomson Reuters at its prominent Canary Wharf offices, are paid below the London Living Wage; expresses disappointment that Reuters, which has gained a reputation for objective journalism, should have cleaners contracted on its premises who are on wages beneath the London poverty line; urges Reuters to revise its contract to raise the wages of its cleaners to the rate recommended by the Greater London Authority as the London Living Wage of 8.30 per hour; expresses concern at reports that the contractor at Reuters has responded to the cleaners' request for the London Living Wage with unwarranted threats to dismiss them; and expects the cleaners to be treated with respect and dignity at work.
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