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The MPG Welcomes The Labour Party’s Policy For Shared Parental Pay

Labour Manifesto 2017The Music Producers Guild welcomes the Labour Party’s inclusion of Shared Parental Pay for the self-employed in its 2017 Manifesto:

“We would also extend the rights of employees to all workers, including shared parental pay, making a substantial and immediate difference to the quality of life of people in insecure work.”

Labour Manifesto 2017

We are delighted that the Campaign for Parental Pay Equality is being listened to, and that the needs of the ever-growing number of self-employed workers are being considered by the Labour Party. We call on all other political parties to also consider the self-employed in their policy-decisions, and give them the same parental pay rights as employees.

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