PM backs plans to overhaul workers' rights to reflect gig ecomomy | UK news

THE GUARDIAN | on Sun, Mar 19, 8:25 PM

Theresa May[1] backs plans for an overhaul of workers’ rights to reflect 21st-century employment practices, according to the chair of Downing Street’s review into modern work. Matthew Taylor, a former adviser to Tony Blair who was appointed by the prime minister to lead the review into the gig economy[2], said he would be recommending changes to the rights of self-employed workers when his review was published in June. Taylor said his review would highlight the blurring of boundaries between ...

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