This crisis for humanity has revealed exactly who are the workers on which the country relies in order to function - The key workers. It can't have escaped anyone's notice that these key workers who are keeping the nation's cogs moving are also the minimum/low wage kiddies: The postmen, the binmen, the carers, the delivery drivers, the supermarket shelf stackers, the cops, the firemen, the paramedics. Hardly seems fair does it? I would therefore like to propose that once this emergency is over, a new fair minimum wage is introduced for all those identified as key workers by the government. The £2500 per month identified as a reasonable level of living for those laid off and sat at home seems reasonable as a base floor for the new key worker minimum. The extra wage costs would be covered by the introduction of the new maximum wage for non-key workers. Whilst it is lovely to have their efforts in normal times, they are self-evidently not really necessary. What they produce is mere decoration on top of the national cake of production. Nice to have, but not really essential. After all, we've managed to struggle on without our gallant management consultants, financial advisers, marketing managers, paper shufflers and other administration non-jobs, so it seems fair to set this new maximum wage in line with the value of their contribution. The same £2500 per month seems a very fair rate on which they ought to live comfortably.