Michael McCann hardly ever rebelled against their party in this parliament
If he will make it his policy to better use procurement by his Department to increase apprenticeship opportunities.
I do not thank the Minister for his answer, because he did not answer the question. When he is considering whether to boost apprenticeships through the use of procurement, what is a higher priority for him: cheaper contracts, or the supply of apprenticeship opportunities to our people?
A major hotel chain in my constituency employs a conveyor belt of young people. They are all on zero-hours contracts, tips are pooled and loosely accounted for and if workers have the audacity to question anything they are rewarded —punished—with fewer shifts. When will the Secretary of State stop consulting and start doing something about exploitation through zero-hours contracts?
Labour MP for East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow
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