Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election on Thursday, June 8 – this means Kevin Brennan is currently not a Member of Parliament - he is a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate.

Mirror: Bosses who don't pay minimum wage won't be named

May 25, 2016 , ,

Bosses failing to pay the minimum wage are escaping being ‘named and shamed’ – by claiming angry workers will attack them.

Ministers are bowing to pleas from rogue employers to keep their names secret, allowing them to exploit a loophole that they face ‘a risk of personal harm’.

But the secrecy was condemned by Kevin Brennan , Labour’s trade spokesman, who said: “This seems an extraordinary excuse.

"Why are these employers who fail to pay the legal minimum wage given special treatment when others who break the law are not?

Kevin Brennan has condemned the secrecy: “The public should be told who these firms are - until that is done there will inevitably be concerns about why the Government names some and not others.”

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