Owen Smith on wealth tax and 'minimum hours' contracts
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Labour leadership: Owen Smith sets out wealth tax plan

Labour leadership contender Owen Smith has set out his plans for a £2.8bn-a-year wealth tax and for the introduction of "minimum hours" contracts to replace "zero hours" contracts.

Mr Smith, answering a question from the BBC's Chris Mason, was speaking after setting out his policy priorities in a speech in Orgreave, South Yorkshire.

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