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Valdemar Ventura: The Martyr Cleaner

Living Wage ProtestsLife as the face of protest bears nothing but hardships as Valdemar Ventura, 44, can testify. Ventura has been working as a cleaner for years on end at the Cabinet Office, where he was in charge of the office belonging to deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg. Working for a well-known public figure would make one think that payment ought not be a concern, but Ventura has been performing his duties for the minimum of £6.19 an hour.

When Ventura attempted to change his financial situation through writing a personal letter to the ministers of eight departments and didn’t fear him being identified, his employer resorted to a quick disciplinary move to King’s College. Ventura has been accused of security breach and unauthorized interviews for the media and as a result he has been forbidden to speak to the students and covers an area, which requires more than one person.

Peter Clarkson

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Peter Clarkson is a part time journalist with many years of experience in different areas of business. His expertises include editing and proofreading, with housekeeping, time management, self improvement amongst his favourite categories. The vast experience gathered in cleaning makes him a valuable source of cleaning related ideas, such as cleaning supplies, home-made solutions, innovative and effective methods. Blogging has become a way for him to share his ideas.
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