Anti-corruption champion John Penrose rails against large corporations and the super-rich, prompting one activist to accuse him of sounding "like a Labour MP".
Some 310 Kaiam workers lost their jobs and were left without Christmas wages.
More than 800,000 people are on zero-hours contracts.
'Bosses can’t just pick and choose which laws to obey.'
Women currently make up less than a quarter of the UK’s science, technology, engineering and maths workforce.
'\Why does sorry always seem to be the hardest word for ministers in this shambolic government?'
The UK workforce is witnessing first-hand how quickly the political landscape can impact a business from one day to the next. The social and political events of the past 12 months have been turbulent to say the least
Brexit dominated the political agenda long before Theresa May called the snap general election. But news that the UK will head to the polls on June 8 - less than a year after the EU referendum - threatens to blow any other election issue but Brexit out of the water.
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