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Waging a Living in London
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  • New film chronicles Barbican cleaners’ successful fight for London Living Wage “We are not rubbish, we are people” – Albeiro Ortiz, cleaner at The Barbican Megaphone Films has produced a new 25-minute documentary, Waging A Living In London, chronicling the successful campaign by cleaners at The Barbican theatre to secure a substantial pay rise, from […]

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  • Waging a Living in London

    New film chronicles Barbican cleaners’ successful fight for London Living Wage “We are not rubbish, we are people” – Albeiro Ortiz, cleaner at The Barbican Megaphone Films has produced a new 25-minute documentary, Waging A Living In London, chronicling the successful campaign by cleaners at The Barbican theatre to secure a substantial pay rise, from

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  • New film chronicles Barbican cleaners’ successful fight for London Living Wage “We are not rubbish, we are people” – Albeiro Ortiz, cleaner at The Barbican Megaphone Films has produced a new 25-minute documentary, Waging A Living In London, chronicling...

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