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The Trades Union Congress, Zero Hours Contracts and UCAN

On 13th January 2020 at 6:30pm renowned speakers from the labour movement highlighted the impact of zero hours contracts. I would like to thank the Trades Union Conference for organising such an event in partnership with Thomson Solicitors. Ripon Ray, representing UCAN, a campaign group focused on educating and informing members of the public on universal credit, was part of the panel.  






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