A dispute at a railway company 114 years ago resulted in legislation that changed industrial relations and the role of trade unions for over 100 years. According to the TUC, and many of its affiliate unions, legislation proposed by the Government in the Queen’s Speech could be about to make just as significant a change — putting the clock back over 100 years.

A dispute at a railway company 114 years ago resulted in legislation that changed industrial relations and the role of trade unions for over 100 years. According to the TUC, and many of its affiliate unions, legislation proposed by the Government in the Queen’s Speech could be about to make just as significant a change — putting the clock back over 100 years.

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