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'More holes than Swiss cheese': Labour's 'rebrand' of workers' rights plan criticised

Sky News Saturday, 25 May 2024 ()
Sir Keir Starmer has defended Labour's decision to rebrand its package of workers' rights after a union said the plans had "more holes than Swiss cheese".
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