Earlier this month, cleaners across London went on strike in order to highlight what they believed was unfair and unliveable pay for the work they were doing.
The strikers were asking for £10.20 an hour, the living wage in London – a figure based on the cost of living (it is £8.75 per hour outside of the capital). “We are going on strike so we can live, not just survive,” one of the strikers told the Guardian.
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