Labour's Zero Comment on the Co-Op Zero-Hour Stance Spells Conference Chaos

Labour care so much about zero-hour contracts that they have waited until quietest period of the year, when the lowest of number of journalists and MPs are around, to raise the issue. The likes of Ed Balls, his puppet Chris Leslie, St. Ella of Creasy, Luciana Berger and Stephen Twigg have avoided mentioning one organisation that uses the flexible work contracts though. Why no attacks on the Cooperative? Could it be because like two dozen more of their Labour colleagues they are Cooperative sponsored MPs. They wouldn’t want to upset their donors now would they. Lets not forget that Labour owe the Co-Op bank millions…

Guido is wondering what Labour are planning to do about their upcoming conference in Brighton too. Surely they will make sure that all of those extra hotel waiters, barmaids and venue security staff are on minimum hour contracts before they go ahead with the conference?




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