Industrial action: Balloted workers had same "place of work"
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Intercity West Coast Ltd v National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers  IRLR 583 CA (0 other reports)
In InterCity West Coast Ltd v National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers  IRLR 583, a majority of the Court of Appeal holds that members of a trade union employed by one train-operating company did not have to be balloted separately from those employed by another, because they all had the same "place of work" for these purposes. The two companies had licences to use the station out of which they operated trains for the purpose of their business.