Labour and unions reach agreement on workers’ rights proposals

Labour commits to deal agreed last year, following weeks of tension over possible ‘watering down’

Labour has reached agreement with the unions on its flagship workers’ rights proposals after general secretaries demanded the party commit to no further weakening of the original plans.

One of the key critics of changes, the Unite general secretary, Sharon Graham, said the unions had “been listened to and the workers’ voice heard in what she described as a “red line” summit with Keir Starmer on Tuesday.

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