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  1. New rules come into force today,following campaigns to axe the proposed "Pastie Tax" http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19731923
  2. My daughter is a stylist at a local hairdressing salon and has been employed there for nearly seven years. Her normal hours of work are 9am - 6pm Tuesday, 9am - 5pm Wednesday and Thursday, 9am - 6pm Friday and 8am to 3pm on Saturday - all with allegedly one hour for a lunch break! She does not work Bank Holidays (bearing in mind that most of these are actually on a Monday when the salon is closed!). Her holiday entitlement in her contract reads "You are entitled to 24 days holiday with full pay inclusive of Statutory and Customary holidays (including Bank Holidays) in each year". I'm not entirely sure that this is correct or in fact what it actually REALLY means! Is anyone clued up on employment law able to shed some light please?? Many thanks in advance.
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