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Bank Holidays

Asked that with no bank holiday until Boxing Day, what was Number 10’s view on calls from the TUC and think-tanks for an extra Bank Holiday connected to British values, the PMS replied that clearly this was a proposal that would need to be looked at, and clearly there was bound to be support for that in certain quarters. Obviously this had to be balanced against concerns that employers had about the economic impact of holidays. But this was something that was kept under review.

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