Yes, zero hour contracts are still permitted but since May 2015 exclusivity clauses i.e. clauses which prevent a worker from working for someone else, have been prohibited and rendered unenforceable. A legally compliant zero hours contract can be found at:
C10: Contract of employment: casual worker agreement (zero hours)
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