8 Ball Respond to London’s Mayor Increasing the Living Wage with Special T-Shirt

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8 Ball have launched a t-shirt to celebrate London Mayor Boris Johnson’s announcement to increase the living wage in both the Capital and Nationwide.

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To celebrate the increase 8 Ball has released a Boris t-shirt

The new wage is set to increase pay by 25p an hour resulting in the living wage rate in London to be £8.55 and £7.45 elsewhere.

Johnson said, ‘By building motivated, dedicated workforces, the living wage helps businesses to boost the bottom line and ensures that hard working people who contribute to London’s success can enjoy a decent standard living. Despite very challenging economic times, it’s clear that more employers are waking up to the huge benefits that paying the living wage delivers.’

To celebrate the increase 8 Ball has released a Boris t-shirt. Featuring the simple slogan ‘BORIS.’ and a small printed picture of the Tory, the political t shirt comes in black, grey, green and two different shades of blue. The t shirt creates an idealistic air to the Mayor and is perfect for those who adore his less than conventional approach. Available in a range of sizes from small to XXL and priced at £14.99 the political 100% cotton t-shirt is a great pick for anyone who loves the Mayor.

A spokesperson from 8 Ball commented on the release, ‘We believe that Boris is everyone’s favourite oops-I’ve-put-my-foot-in-it-again, can’t-believe-he’s-actually-mayor-of-London Tory and this t-shirt represents that. Any increase to wage is a good thing and 8 Ball felt this t-shirt was a great way to enjoy the news.’        

8 Ball is a leading online retailer of unique t-shirts, delivering thousands of items to UK customers in a huge range of different sizes and designs. From funny slogans to classic rock logos and quirky shirts inspired by pop culture, the tees on offer from the company appeal to all generations and can be printed to order. Call 01785 330220 for more information today.

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