£250m charity among those ‘named and shamed’ for paying less than minimum wage


The government has named several charities, including one with an income of £250m, for not paying the national living wage to some of their staff.


The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a list of 191 organisations that owed £2.1m to more than 34,000 workers, after HMRC found they had broken minimum wage law.


The list includes Methodist Homes, which has a total income of around £250m, as well as a local Citizens Advice Bureau and a number of other small charities.


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