Trade Union Freedom Bill Project Work

Project Work on the Trade Union Freedom Bill

John Hendy QC the Chair of the IER worked with others to draft the Trade Union Freedom Bill.

Briefings and publications on the need for this Bill can be found below.

Reviews of 'The Right to Strike'

A selection of reviews on the latest IER publication

Trade Union Freedom Bill Sponsors

The list of Trade Union Freedom Bill Sponsors continues to grow.

The full list of Sponsors to date can be found here

A Review in Industrial Law Journal

Follow the link to read a detailed review of The Right to Strike from Tonia Novitz of the Industrial Law Journal.

Review: Trade Union Freedom Bill: Launch Conference

Conference Report by Gregor Gall

On Wednesday 31 January in London, some 150 trade unionists gathered together for the conference launch of the Institute of Employment Right’s latest book The Right to Strike: from the Trade Disputes Act 1906 to a Trade Union Freedom Bill 2006

The book is the intellectual and ideological ballast to support the move to provide unions with the ability to lawfully and effectively protect their members’ interests through collective mobilisation.

It means overturning both the Tories’ past legal legacy and Labour’s present regulations on industrial action through a redistribution of power.

A range of high-level speakers argued a convincing and stimulating case.

The Right to Strike: A Review in Historical Studies in Industrial Relations

Follow the link to read a detailed review of The Right to Strike from the Historical Studies in Industrial Relations Journal.

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