At the recent Tory party conference George Osborne floated the idea of workers giving up many rights, including some surrounding unfair dismissal and redundancy, in return for capital gains tax-exempt shares worth from £2,000-£50,000. Those shares naturally may or may not ever be worth anything.
And quite incredibly, workers would not be able to request time off for training.
Now, I'm not sure how a less educated, less trained workforce fits with the constant mantra of winning in the global mark
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