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Call for workers to get living wage in Wales

1 April 2014 Last updated at 21:06 BST

The minimum wage (£6.31) is 15 years old today but campaigners are trying to get employers to pay the so-called living wage of £7.65.

Research by the Wales TUC, made up of affiliated trade unions, says that nearly one in four workers in Wales earns less than that.

Economics correspondent Sarah Dickins reports.

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