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Trade Union Rights and Freedoms Bill

Trade Union Rights and Freedoms Bill



subsection (3) substitute—


For the purpose of this section, a relevant notice is a notice in writing

given, so far as is reasonably practicable in the circumstances as they

appear to the union, and specifying so far as is reasonably practicable—


the class or classes of workers who are members of the union to


be called on to take industrial action, by reference to the union’s

usual classification of its relevant members;


whether the industrial action is to be a strike or action short of a

strike, and whether continuous or discontinuous; and


when it is intended to start (or, if interrupted, to re-start).”



Short title, commencement and extent


This Act may be cited as the Trade Union Rights and Freedoms Act 2007.


This Act comes into force at the end of the period of one month beginning with

the day on which it is passed.


This Act does not extend to Northern Ireland.



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