In InterCity West Coast Ltd v National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, 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.
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