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Retail trade union Usdaw is deeply disappointed by today's Government objection to a Bill to protect shop workers from violent attacks, which is also supported by retail employers and their representative bodies.
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Retail trade union leader Paddy Lillis has welcomed the support of retail employers and their representative bodies for legislation to protect shopworkers from violence. Tomorrow (25 September 2020) the Assaults on Retail Workers (Offences) Bill, promoted by Alex Norris MP (Labour/Co-op, Nottingham North) is timetabled for its second reading in the House of Commons.
Retail trade union Usdaw welcomes today's Scottish Parliament stage one unanimous vote for a new law to protect shop workers from abuse, allowing the Bill to go to detailed scrutiny in committee. The Protection of Workers (Retail and Age-restricted Goods and Services) (Scotland) Bill is promoted by Daniel Johnson MSP.
Unions have pushed hard for continued jobs support - we are pleased the Chancellor has listened.