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So much abuse of zero-hours contracts, says Edwina Hart

Zero-hours contracts should be outlawed, Welsh Labour's economy minister has said, going further than party policy.

Edwina Hart said there was "no place" for such terms of employment, while election campaigning in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Earlier on Wednesday, party leader Ed Miliband said a Labour government at Westminster would give workers the right to a regular contract after 12 weeks of regular hours.

The Conservatives have claimed the move would be a threat to jobs.

Mrs Hart said she has never liked the contracts.