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Apparently,a band of London's famous cycle couriers are challenging their employment status. Although used on a regular basis by the same companies they have no employment rights whatsoever & have engaged solicitors to take the matter to court. It has been said that a ruling could affect up to half a million workers in the UK. Could the ruling signal the end of zero hours ?

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Apparently,a band of London's famous cycle couriers are challenging their employment status. Although used on a regular basis by the same companies they have no employment rights whatsoever & have engaged solicitors to take the matter to court. It has been said that a ruling could affect up to half a million workers in the UK. Could the ruling signal the end of zero hours ?

 

It should ..... but it won't

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