The Law and Social Rights

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 2

The Law and Social Rights
Keith Etving, pages -

Abstract

Keith Ewing argues that social and economic rights, especially for trade unions, need to be protected by statute. In addition, it should be Parliament, not the law courts, that is the guardian of these rights.

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