From the BBC website, I wonder if it could have implications for Jack living in Barracks?.......... Thousands of ex-holiday camp workers in the UK are in line to receive back-pay totalling about Â£1m because they had to pay for their own electricity. Revenue and Customs found some workers at Butlins and Haven holiday camps were charged for gas and electricity when living on site between 2004 and 2005. In a landmark ruling, the Court of Appeal said that meant workers had received less than the minimum wage. 'Wider implications' Up to 10,000 workers could receive back-pay as a result of the judgement. The case was brought by Revenue and Customs with the support of the GMB union. It was found that seasonal workers, such as bar staff and receptionists, were each charged Â£6 a fortnight for gas and electricity when they lived on site between 2004 and 2005. Because they were low paid, the deduction meant they got less than the minimum wage and this breached regulations, it was ruled. Revenue and Customs said the ruling would have wider implications for all workers in similar circumstances.