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In its long awaited response to the Taylor report, the government announced on 18 December 2018 one of the most significant, varied and numerous workplace reforms seen in the UK in over 20 years. In amongst the 51 recommendations published, the government has made explicit references to changes in National Minimum Wage, Employment Status and Holiday Pay.  This article considers a related consultation on National Minimum Wage legislation, issued by the Government on the same day. Our separate Insight (see Related Items) considers the government's holiday pay proposals and we have also published an Insight on the proposals relating to employment status tests (see Related Items).