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So more people are in work, providing for themselves and their families.”Blundering Tory Chris Grayling is a symptom of wider disease amid Brexit shamblesReading the above quickly, with an uncritical eye, you could be forgiven for thinking that we live in an economic boom so bountiful it has little precedent.For Theresa May’s Tories to make such boasts about some of the jobs on offer in Britain today, though, takes some brass neck. Even for them.The degradation of workers’ rights, hard hitting reforms of the benefits system, and the growth of the gig economy has undoubtedly contributed to low unemployment. That isn’t something to celebrate.There is almost universal acceptance of the fact that British trades unions wielded too much power towards the end of the 1970s.Their stranglehold on industry had to be loosened, if not broken.Brexit is getting real now and the campaign for a People Vote musn give upIt is unfortunate that part of that huge change in the landscape was a heavy erosion of workers’ rights in the decades which followed.Only the introduction of the statutory minimum wage by Tony Blair’s Labour Government significantly bucked the trend.It’s worth remembering that this delivery of a basic right to the whole of the UK workforce, was completed amid resistance from many quarters across British industry.It is now unacceptable that more than 150,000 people in Scotland are being paid on or below the absolute legal minimum a minimum for which a rise is long overdue.Driver notices smell in new Volkswagen T Roc but dealer says she can reject itThat is why the Sunday Mail today launches a new campaign to protect workers at the bottom of the economic food chain.Where multi million pound businesses are committing petty infringements of staff rights, we will be there to highlight it.When tips are being withheld from young workers in the hospitality industry, we shame those responsible.Businesses are the lifeblood of the Scottish economy and should be valued by all of us.That doesn’t mean they do what they want which is why we’ll be using the power of the Sunday Mail to keep the rogue firms in check..