The right to strike : from the Trade Disputes Act 1906 to a Trade Union Freedom Bill 2006 /
- Publication info:
- Liverpool [England] : Institute of Employment Rights, 2006.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- The right to strike : from the Trade Disputes Act 1906 to a Trade Union Freedom Bill 2006 / edited by K D Ewing.
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Liverpool [England] : Institute of Employment Rights, 2006
- Item Description:
Based on papers delivered at a conference held in May 2006.
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xviii, 310 p. ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographic references.
Table of Contents
- From the Trade Disputes Act to the Trade Union Freedom Bill / K.D. Ewing and Carolyn Jones
- Legal origins of the Trade Disputes Act. Taff Vale and the Trade Disputes Act 1906 / Graeme Lockwood
- The Belfast Butchers : Quinn v Leathem after a hundred years / John McIlroy
- The Trade Disputes Act 1906. The Trade Disputes Act of 1906 / John Saville
- The South Shields case : subverting the Trade Disputes Act 1906? / K.D. Ewing
- The Scottish case : Crofter Hand Woven Harris Tweed v Veitch / Douglas Brodie
- The 1906 Act : parliament, employers and judges. The 1906 Act : the first fifty years : industrial relations, picketing and the employers' challenge / Dave Lyddon and Paul Smith
- The 1906 Act : the second fifty years from Thomson v Deakin in 1952 to P v NASUWT in 2003 / Bob Simpson
- Judicial mystification of the law : Rookes v Barnard and the return to judicial intervention / Roger Welch
- Towards a Trade Union Freedom Act? European laws : help or hindrance? / Brian Bercusson
- British trade union rights today and the Trade Union Freedom Bill / John Hendy and Gregor Gall
- The economic case for the Trade Union Freedom Bill / Simon Deakin and Frank Wilkinson
- Appendix 1. The Trade Disputes Bill 1906 (the Labour Bill)
- Appendix 2. The Trade Disputes Bill 1906 (the Government Bill)
- Appendix 3. The Trade Disputes Act 1906
- Appendix 4. Early day motion 1170 and signatures : campaign for a Trade Union Freedom Bill.