Darren launches Tip Review campaign

Darren has recently been campaigning on the issue of what happens to tips left at restaurants, following Bristol activists and the Bristol Post raising the issue in relation to Aqua Italia. There, as well as at Turtle Bay, workers were made to pay a percentage of their table orders to restaurants, in case they received tips. This sometimes meant workers were forced to got to a cash-point to pay their employer, as they hadn’t made enough in tips.

He is now setting up a website where people can leave reviews of the tipping practices where they work, which customers can use to choose where they eat. He’s looking for volunteers to help him make this a reality.

He said:

I’m launching a new campaign called Tip Review – where waiting staff review their own restaurants tipping policies, so customers can decide whether to dine and tip. But I need your help! Can you help with our website or join our steering committee?

Read more about this campaign here: https://www.bristol247.com/…/bristol-north-west-mp-launche…/

If you do want to get involved, please send an email setting out how you can help to darren.jones.mp@parliament.uk

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