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Why the CAC decided trade union recognition rules breach human rights

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    Pharmacists' Defence Association Union v Boots Management Services Ltd TUR1/823/12 (0 other reports)

Chris Mordue explains how the recent case, PDAU v Boots Management Services Ltd, affects trade union recognition.

A controversial decision has effectively rewritten a key part of the law governing statutory trade union recognition, the process by which a union can force an employer to negotiate with it on pay, hours of work and holidays.