The P³ does insist that lower end wages should be higher. He backs policies which have this express intent.
Tim Martin was a massive supporter of Brexit, claiming it would be great for the UK. And now he very obviously does not think that remains the case.
He is right on this occasion, of course. Brexit offers no advantages for the UK at all. That I am aware of literally none have yet to be identified
But Martin is complaining about having to raise the low end wages of his staff – in order to gain that supply of labour. As I did point out in The Times. By cutting Britain off from that central Europe reserve army of the unemployed the service sector in the UK will have to pay higher wages. This is what Martin is complaining about.
Now that Great Polymath And Defender Of The Low Waged insists that this isn’t a good idea? That it’s not a useful justification nor advantage?