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Jacob Rees-Mogg revealed: the Business Secretary is anti-worker

Jacob Rees-Mogg in Parliament.

Gratitude to Open Democracy for putting together a video clip showing Jacob Rees-Mogg demonstrating his extreme antipathy towards working people.

He believes that no employee should have paid holidays; that the minimum wage should not be raised, even in the face of rampant inflation; that national pay bargaining should be abolished so that wages in the UK can become a postcode lottery; and that the Victorian Age was one of the finest in British history.

This man is now the UK’s Business Secretary. You see the problem?

Check out the clip for yourself – along with Maximilien Robespierre‘s commentary:

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