Labour MPs have produced a Christmas song taking aim at unscrupulous bosses and big business. A dozen opposition members including former soldier Dan Jarvis, shadow education secretary Angela Rayner and Kevin Brennan, who sings with Parliament's in-house band took part in the the cover of Band Aid's Feed the World.cover
New lyrics meditate on issues facing workers such as the national living wage and employers taking away double time/overtime pay and Christmas bonuses.
New lyrics include: "And there won't be double time no more on Sundays / No legacy pay just more unsocial hours. / And one thing you should know, / We should tell them where to go. / Do they know it's Christmas time at all?"
B&Q, Tesco, M&S, Caffe Nero and Eat are among the firms taken to task for their employment practices.
MP Siobhain McDonagh who organised the event, told Sky News: "We are not anti-business, we love business. We want business to treat their employees fairly."
The video can be a difficult watch at times. Social media users have been quick to brandish the stunt as "embarrassing" and "cringe inducing". Grimsby MP Melanie Onn agreed, telling her local newspaper it was a "fun/highly embarrassing way of raising an important issue".