By Abdul Tukur
The leader of the Labour Party has promised to give workers more break, if he is successful in his campaign to become Prime Minister.
Jeremy Corbyn, who notes that it was his party that introduced May Day has a bank holiday in 1978, plans to introduce four new public holidays, which will mark the patron saints day of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
He said it “will give workers the break they deserve,” and also “bring our country closer together.”
The Islington MP, whose key ally is the general secretary of the largest workers union in the UK and Ireland, has put workers struggle in his main campaign.
He plans to scrap zero hours contract and vows to continue to fight for the many and not the privileged few.