The £50K resignation


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

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