Article preview: How does the sound of a 4-day working week take your fancy? That’s the latest offer/bribe from Labour, should they form the next government. Speaking at their party conference in Brighton, Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell promised they would cut the average UK working week to 32 hours within a decade of taking office. It would result in the equivalent of a 4-day working week, albeit not necessarily with a day off each week, as other approaches would be used to cut back on working hours.
Labour offers voters a 4-day working week
This 5o6-word blog post explains Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell’s proposals for a 4-day working week at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton, along with other personal finance proposals. Written on 23rd September 2019.
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