Tuesday, March 8

Right to strike given a boost by Court of Appeal

Aslef and RMT rail unions have succeeded in challenging injunctions that blocked their strike action over small faults in procedure.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that minor mistakes in balloting  such as polling non-constituent workers - did not justify the injunctions that had prevented them from taking strike action. Trade union leaders have called the ruling a "major step for industrial freedom".
UK Human Rights Blog,  March 8, 2011 by Rosalind English @ http://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2011/03/08/right-to-strike-given-a-boost-by-court-of-appeal/

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