Socialist Worker

Top lawyer to speak at Right to Work meeting on anti-union laws

Issue No. 2197

THE WORKING class movement faces a serious challenge from the use of anti-union laws to stop strikes.

The recent court verdict against rail signallers in the RMT union underlines the way employers think they can postpone, if not entirely outlaw, workers’ resistance.

Right to Work has organised a seminar on campaigning against and defying these laws.

Speakers include John Hendy, a leading expert in this field, and Jeremy Dear, general secretary of the National Union of Journalists.

Thursday 22 April, 7.30pm, NUJ head office, Headland House, 308 Grays Inn Road London WC1X 8DP


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