Remove the right for employers to dock 30 minutes per shift from their employees recorded working hours to cover breaks they do not permit/enable their employees to take.
Why does this idea matter?
Legislatiion currently states that anyone working 6 hours or more is entitled a a break of not less than 30 minutes during their shift for each 6 hours period. In practice few office workers get to take this on a regular basis and land up working through or just getting 5-10 minutes to buy a sandwich that they have to eat whilst working. Employers, however still dock the full 30 minutes. For many people this results in effect to their employer 'stealing' £20-60 a week from them, more for those who routiely work 12 hours or more as they lose a second 30 minutes, per employee.