Voices from the movement: What can the Trade Union Act (2016) tell us about trade union organising?

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 2 (2017)

Voices from the movement: What can the Trade Union Act (2016) tell us about trade union organising?
Fenella Porter, Heather Blakey, Michael Chater, Graeme Chesters, Matt Hannam, Ian Manborde, pages -

Abstract

It is easy to think of the Trade Union Act (2016) as ‘Thatcher Round 2’: the economic strategy of austerity once again pits the haves against the have-nots, creating the potential for a re-invigorated trade union movement to return to its economically disruptive habits, which the government seeks to constrict. Thus, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady condemned the Conservatives for ‘refighting the battles of the 1980s’ instead of taking a more constructive approach (O’Grady, 2016).

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Fenella Porter, Heather Blakey, Michael Chater, Graeme Chesters, Matt Hannam, Ian Manborde (2017) Voices from the movement: What can the Trade Union Act (2016) tell us about trade union organising?, Renewal, 25(2), -

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