Labour Party leader argues EU rules protecting workers should be tougher

the Guardian

As the spectre of the ‘Brexit’ referendum looms over Britain, the campaign in the UK is heating up considerably. One of the high-flying politicians to take to the media has been Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition.

Though he shares views with the current British government on campaigning for the ‘Remain’ side, they seem to differ significantly on issues concerning EU law.

When asked about the workers’ rights and them being relevant, he immediately  to the European Union laws’ provisions, arguing that ‘the posting of workers’ directive is important’. He added that the Union’s Agency Workers Directive and rules on the so-called zero-hours contracts needed to be toughened.

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