General election: the parties’ policies on employment issues

This election is remarkable for the number of manifesto commitments relating to employment, especially those emanating from the opposition. In particular, Labour’s manifesto contains a 20-point plan for ‘security and equality at work’. And while the Conservatives’ manifesto is not as comprehensive as Labour’s, it contains a number of important statements, as well as revisiting previous manifesto commitments that have not yet been enacted.

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