People should work fewer hours to earn a living, but capping their hours would be unrealistic, a report commissioned by the Labour Party has claimed.

The report, by cross-bench peer Robert Skidelsky, said working less without loss of pay was “good for material and spiritual well-being”.

But it said imposing a four-day week – a policy Labour is considering – would not be “realistic or even desirable”.

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