Sorry, this episode is not currently available

Chris Jackson meets the northern workers tackling bosses who don't pay the minimum wage. Plus the man who is richer than the Queen, with big plans for Bishop Auckland.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 30 Sep 2013 19:30
BBC One North East & Cumbria only

Vision for national religious museum

Vision for national religious museum

Jonathan Ruffer is a successful city investment manager, devout Christian and philanthropist.

 

He is also a man with a mission - to transform the forgotten town of Bishop Auckland in North East England into a world class tourist destination.

 

Watch the video feature on the BBC News website,

Vince Cable on the minimum wage

Vince Cable on the minimum wage

Business Secretary Vince Cable discusses the minimum wage with Inside Out presenter Chris Jackson and comments on how it compares with his ministerial salary.

 

Watch the video interview on the BBC News website. 

Is the minimum wage enforceable?

Is the minimum wage enforceable?

The minimum wage is being increased from £6.19 to £6.31 per hour for UK workers over 21 from Tuesday, 1 October.

 

Inside Out asks why have there have been just eight prosecutions brought for non-payment of the minimum wage in England since it was introduced - and none in the last two years?

 

Watch the video feature on the BBC News website.

Shopping on the minimum wage

Shopping on the minimum wage

A hands-on lesson on how the lowest wages can go further with some smart shopping.

 

Read Chris Jackson's correspondent blog on the BBC News website.

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterChris Jackson
EditorJacqui Hodgson

Related Links

Added. Check out your playlist Dismiss