There are campaigns for 29 February to become a bank holiday, including a government petition which claims the average salaried person loses £113.
Source: Leap Year: Why you won’t be paid for working today – BBC Newsbeat
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said people would not believe the PM’s “reassurances”
Source: David Cameron defends tax credit cuts at PMQs – BBC News
2015: the London living wage is currently £9.15 per hour (The Living Wage Foundation)
The Chancellor, budget 2015: Wants to see the minimum wage rise to 9 pounds per hour by 2020. (bbc.co.uk)
Where did Mr Osborne learn to add up?
Government advisor and former chief executive of B&Q says George Osborne’s plan for living wage should be re-assessed in two years – once we understand its impact on business
Source: Sir Ian Cheshire – new Living Wage will need to be reviewed – BBC News