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  • Lib Dem's pledge paternity leave extension

    Plans to extend paternity leave by up to four weeks have been unveiled by the Liberal Democrats. The pledge, to form part of the party’s manifesto, would raise the total leave period for new fathers from two to six weeks. The policy goes further than the Coalition’s shared parental leave scheme, which was introduced i...

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