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Uber is not morally acceptable, says shadow business secretary

Published on Tuesday 11th of July 2017 09:29:39 AM in Guardian

Uber is not morally acceptable, Labour’s shadow business secretary has said as a major review recommends that gig economy firms be allowed to pay less than the minimum wage in some circumstances.Rebecca Long-Bailey rejected the proposal and revealed that she boycotts , the ride-hailing firm because ...

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