Paul McFlynn
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'Persistent problem' of low pay in Northern Ireland

Typical household incomes in Northern Ireland were 4% - or £860 - below their pre-economic downturn level last year, according to a new study.

The think-tank Resolution Foundation said that represented the sharpest fall anywhere in the UK.

Paul McFlynn, from the Nevin Institute, said there was a persistent problem of low pay in Northern Ireland.

  • 09 Apr 2015