The Government’s commitments on workers’ rights after we leave the EU have been dismissed by the TUC as “flimsy procedural tweaks” that “won’t stop workers’ rights in the UK from falling behind those in the rest of Europe”.

Tory MEPs in the EU Parliament voted against an amendment to the Posted Workers Directive, that strengthens workers’ rights and addresses a number of concerns about free movement raised in the referendum. We are obliged to transpose it into UK law as long as we are EU members and during any transitional period.

So I asked the Secretary of State for Brexit when the Government will do that: but he had no answer.

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