Voting for Theresa May’s minimum-wage Tories is like trying to dig your way out of a hole; they will only put you deeper into debt.

Amazing but true, folks. She thought she could hide this little bombshell in among all the lies about putting workers in the boardroom but Labour’s Ian Lavery will spell it out for you here:

Here’s the official Labour press line:

Conservatives love to talk about protecting workers’ rights at election time. But they very quickly change their tune, as David Schneider elaborates in the following tweet:

And then of course there’s the fact that, even if they did bring in new rights for workers, the Conservative government has implemented huge fees which must be paid before any employee can take their employer to a tribunal.

So there is no way you can enforce your new rights.

Let’s go back to Mr Schneider for his opinion on this:

And what will Labour do about those tribunal fees? I’m glad you asked.

Labour will abolish them.

Still unconvinced that Theresa May is trying to stitch you up? Click on the link in the following:

If you’re a working person and you want your rights and conditions of work protected…

Vote Labour on June 8. It’s the only sensible choice.

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