The Labour Party of the U.K has announced a planned new policy which would reduce the working week to four days of 32 hours.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell announced the policy during a recent Labour conference held in Brighton.
According to him, people have to ‘work to live, not live to work’.
“We should work to live, not live to work,” McDonnell said at the conference.
“Since the 1980s the link between increasing productivity and expanding free time has been broken. It’s time to put that right.
“So I can tell you today that the next Labour government will reduce the average full-time working week to 32 hours within the next decade.
“It will be a shorter working week with no loss of pay.”
The conversative Party, in reaction to the plan, said it would wreck the U.K economy if implemented.