A study compiled by the UK's Trade Union Congress has found that while the Brits work the longest hours in Europe, they are not even close to being the most productive.
The "slave law" as it's been dubbed, means employers can now demand that some employees work 400 hours overtime.
Several Hungarian opposition MPs were forcibly removed from the offices of state-run broadcaster MTVA on Monday after they demand their requests be read live
Since 2000 the expected working life duration in the European Union has risen by three years to reach 36 years in 2017, according to the EU official statistics agency.
Three-day weekends should become the norm, Britain's leading workers' union said, arguing new technology creates enough wealth.