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Many thanks for your patience. You would not get the right to getting as day off in lieu as you are already getting a day off and getting paid for it. The fact that it was your nominated day off would not make a difference, especially as you are only getting the minimum legal entitlement to holidays (28 a year). Had you been a part time worker who does not work Mondays and does not get paid for it, then there would have been a requirement to allow you a day off in lieu and payment for that time, but that is not the case here.
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