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Co-op worker 'fired' after TikTok video posts

A worker has claimed that she was “dismissed” from her role without warning after posting videos on TikTok in her work uniform – The Mirror reports.

Lucy Skinner, who held a customer assistant role at a Co-operative store in Liverpool for more than 18 months, claimed she didn’t know that filming these videos for social media would cause problems.

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