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Trade union recognition: Union's proposed bargaining unit must receive first consideration

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In R v Central Arbitration Committee and another ex parte Kwik-Fit [2002] IRLR 395, the Court of Appeal holds that, in determining the "appropriate bargaining unit" for the purposes of statutory trade union recognition, the CAC must first consider the proposal put forward by the union and, if it finds this to be the appropriate bargaining unit, to go no further.