Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett, speaking at the party's autumn conference
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Greens propose a £10 minimum wage and a 'wealth tax'

The Green Party of England and Wales is calling for the minimum wage to rise to £10 an hour by 2020.

In an address to the Greens' autumn conference, party leader Natalie Bennett said Britain was a low-wage economy and people deserved "a decent return on their labour".

The party is also proposing to impose a "wealth tax" on those with assets of more than £3m, and to toughen up the rules on tax avoidance.

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