United Kingdom - Precarious workers - October 31, 2019

Millions of people in the UK are in work, but unable to afford the basic needs of life. Nearly two thirds of families living in poverty, as defined by the Social Metrics Commission, have at least one adult in work. Last year the TUC found that one in nine workers - nearly four million people - are in precarious work.

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