TUC Fringe meeting 2007: Labour Law under Brown: What’s on the Agenda?
The Institute traditionally holds its main fringe event on the Monday evening on Congress. The aim is to inform the debate on labour law, which usually takes place on the Tuesday of Congress. At the 2007 Congress, the debate on employment law took place on the Monday afternoon. But the change in schedule did not prevent the Institute’s fringe meeting attracting one of the largest fringe audiences of Congress. For the past few years, the Institute has joined with the United Campaign for the Repeal of Anti Trade Union Laws and organised a joint fringe meeting. This year was no different and both organisations joined forces to offer an excellent platform of speakers, offering an excellent analysis of what should be on Brown’s labour law agenda. The pictures below provide a flavour of the meeting.