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The zero-hours nightmare is spreading: 800,000 now on zero-hours contracts.

The so-called ‘flexibility’ that zero-hours contracts offer is far too one-sided. It’s why unions focus so strongly on establishing guaranteed hours where they represent staff. But despite some successes and ongoing campaigns the problem is only getting worse.

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