Young voters must learn of bad old days under Labour says RICHARD MADELEY

The best that can be said for John McDonnell’s proposal for a four-day week is that it is one better than the three-day week – forced upon Edward Heath’s administration in the 1970s as militant unions closed down power stations, causing blackouts and requiring electricity to be rationed. Even so, it would do untold damage to the economy.

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