In R v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry ex parte Unison, GMB and NASUWT (15 May 1996) EOR69B, the Divisional Court holds that the two-year qualifying period for bringing an unfair dismissal complaint did not have an adverse impact upon women as at the autumn of 1994.
In R v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry ex parte Unison and others, the High Court holds that the Secretary of State acted lawfully in making the Regulations that removed the obligation on employers to consult representatives of recognised trade unions when proposing to make even a single employee redundant.
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