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The Working Time Directive is a set of work related regulations at the top of many Conservatives’ lists to overturn.    But stepping away from the EU jargon on the issue, this legislation contains a lot of very basic protections at work that people in the UK now take totally for granted – holidays, lunchbreaks, days off and more.

The Working Time Directive is a set of work related regulations at the top of many Conservatives’ lists to overturn. But stepping away from the EU jargon on the issue, this legislation contains a lot of very basic protections at work that people in the UK now take totally for granted – holidays, lunchbreaks, days off and more.

We're seeing a drastic erosion of living standards for working people in the UK.    It's a perfect storm of a harsh economic climate, with slashed support and services from the state.    But it doesn’t need to be this way. George Osborne’s budget is a chance to break with self-defeating cycle of austerity. We’re holding a mass rally in Westminster on the evening of 13 March. Please join us!    ow.ly/ikmzM

We're seeing a drastic erosion of living standards for working people in the UK. It's a perfect storm of a harsh economic climate, with slashed support and services from the state. But it doesn’t need to be this way. George Osborne’s budget is a chance to break with self-defeating cycle of austerity. We’re holding a mass rally in Westminster on the evening of 13 March. Please join us! ow.ly/ikmzM

Graph highlighting the lack of mentions of re-balancing in the 2013 Autumn Statement.

Graph highlighting the lack of mentions of re-balancing in the 2013 Autumn Statement.

Graph of Average Weekly Earnings (Regular Pay) Growth (%) from 2001 to 2013 - the graph shows that regular pay used to grow by about 4% a year and now it's growing at less than 2% a year.

Community Post: The Cost Of Living Crisis

Graph of Average Weekly Earnings (Regular Pay) Growth (%) from 2001 to 2013 - the graph shows that regular pay used to grow by about 4% a year and now it's growing at less than 2% a year.

Infographic to explain why workplace safety is still a huge issue in the UK, and why we still need the focus of Workers' Memorial Day 28 April.

Infographic to explain why workplace safety is still a huge issue in the UK, and why we still need the focus of Workers' Memorial Day 28 April.

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