With cheap laptops and tablets on sale for less than a dollar, the UK is seeing an increase in sales of these devices.

But the trend could be heading to the UK’s shores too, as the UK government wants to raise the minimum wage to £9 an hour, the BBC’s Robert Peston reports from London.

The rise in the minimum-wage debate is partly a reaction to a series of recent increases to the minimum rate of pay in the UK, which the government hopes will encourage more people to look for work.

It also comes at a time when the government is also looking to raise its minimum wage from £7.20 an hour to £8 an hour.

However, there is a catch, as some of the new policies have come under criticism from the business community.

In a speech at a trade union conference in November, the chancellor, Philip Hammond, said that the government’s policy would boost the UK economy by creating jobs and raising incomes.

The Labour party has called on the government to raise wages by an additional 1.5% per year for the next five years, saying it was not enough to meet the needs of an ageing population.

The minimum wage is currently £7, while the cost of living has increased by more than 40% in the past decade.

In the UK currently, the minimum weekly wage is £5.50.

The government has pledged to raise it to £7 by 2020.

The BBC’s Paul Mason reports.