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for the purposes of the decision alone, to be an official strike — [1985] I
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granted an injunction restraining the union from organising picketing outside the home of one of the plaintiffs, this being on the basis that the picketing was a nuisance —
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granted an injunction restraining the union from organising picketing outside the home of one of the plaintiffs
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1974] I.C.R. 84, 90 per Lord Reid. Paragraph 30 of the Code seeks to make the same point but cites intimidation as a further purpose of such picketing
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