The Corbinator — it’s all in the punctuation (satire)

A transcript of Workplace 2020 follows:

Labour believes things could be better for you, at work. That’s why we’re committed to ending, zero hours contracts. And raising, the minimum wage.

We also want to know what you think, of your work. The world of work, you’re in. The place you work, at. The conditions and how it could be done, better. And differently.

I’m asking you to send me, your views. On how to make your workplace, work better. For you.

I want to hear from you. What the world of work is like, in the 21st century. The good, and the bad. Or maybe you’re an employer, who has ideas. On how to make the workplace more productive.

Whoever you are, we want to listen. To you, and get your suggestions. On how we as a future Labour government can improve work for millions, of people.

Labour believes all workers help create, wealth. That’s why you deserve, a voice. Please send me, your views, on how we can change the world, of work.

Help create a prosperous country, for all. A country for the many, not the few.

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