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"Individualism" and the T.U.C. Disputes machinery

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A potential distinction in law between acts and omissions during the currency of the contract and those, as inCheall, prior to the contract
  • Per Slade
European Court of Human Rights). The "closed-shop" provisions of the Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1974 (as amended by the 1976 Amendment Act)
  • Cf
  • James Young
has recognised the competence of the Commission on Human Rights to receive individual petitions (under Article 25.1) and of the Court of Human Rights to interpret and apply the Convention
  • U K The
Rule 12(h) supra note 5
  • T U See
supra note 13, the T.U.C. General Council considered, as an alternative to the adoption of the "model rule", an amendment to the Trades Disputes Act 1906 enabling union executives to act on Disputes Committee "awards
  • N U P E Consequent Onandrew V
left open the question of the effect of "public policy
  • L J Slade
European Court of Human Rights). The "closed-shop" provisions of the Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1974 (as amended by the 1976 Amendment Act) were held to contravene Article 11 by violating its implicit rightnot to associate
  • Cf
  • Young
  • Webster V U K James
supra note 13, the T.U.C. General Council considered, as an alternative to the adoption of the "model rule
  • V N U P E Consequent
The Courts of England should themselves give effect to [Article 11
  • M R I R L See Lord Denning