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Hi there, you can always approach it informally and then slowly escalate it internally as needed. The main right you have is that you were officially offered that jobs and even though it has bene delayed, there is still a legally binding contract in place there. Therefore, if they withdraw the offer now and do not allow you to start the permanent job as promised, you can advise them that they will be acting in breach of contract and that you may have to pursue them for compensation for loss of earnings resulting from that. Obviously, do not go in with these threats straight away and try to resolve it amicably, but if it appears they are reluctant to do so then you may ramp up the pressure if needed by making it clear you know your contractual rights.
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