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autotldr t1_iujbktd wrote

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 72%. (I'm a bot)

> The Government has announced that a new law designed to protect tips received by workers will come into effect on 1 December.

> Any charge called a "Service charge" or anything that would lead a customer to believe it is a charge for service will have to be distributed to staff as if it were a tip or gratuity received by electronic means.

> The main sectors to which the measures will apply are tourism, hospitality, hairdressing, taxi, and delivery services, but there may be additions to the list in the future if new areas where tipping is prevalent emerge in the economy.

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