PM asked about zero hours contracts
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PMQs: Corbyn and May on McDonald's workers and pay rates

The prime minister was asked if she backed McDonald's workers calling for "decent pay" as some of them earn £4.75 an hour, while their boss earned £11.8m last year.

Theresa May told Jeremy Corbyn the number of people on zero hours contracts was "very small", and she asked why Labour did nothing about them when it was in power for 13 years.

  • 06 Sep 2017
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