What Is the Law on Holiday Pay?

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The law on holiday pay states that a worker has the right to take statutory paid holiday from work. This consists of people who work full-time, part-time, agency workers and casual workers. People who are self-employed and a few other exceptions are the only ones that are entitled to statutory paid holiday.
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One has the right to take a paid holiday from work in the UK. This includes those who work full-time or part-time, and casuals. Those that are self-employed are not entitled to holiday pay.
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