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On maternity leave, I was asked what hours I wanted, but my ideas were rejected. My job was cut to 25 hours per week and those hours absorbed by other staff. I was offered another full-time post, but with no flexiblity, unlike my previous post - it starts at 7.30am [when nursery opens - I have a 45 minute commute]. What can I do?