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United Kingdom: Working with Unions bulletin | August 2023

Human RightsUnited Kingdom: Working with Unions bulletin | August 2023

In brief

Welcome to this edition of the “UK: Working with Unions” bulletin designed to keep you updated with key cases and legal developments affecting trade unions and employee representative bodies. This bulletin includes two decisions of the Court of Appeal: (i) on whether the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) has jurisdiction to hear complaints post Brexit where the European Works Council’s (EWC) central management is situated in the UK, and (ii) on whether collective redundancies need a common rationale to constitute a transnational matter requiring consultation with the EWC. This bulletin also covers the successful judicial review challenge against regulations introduced in July 2022 to allow employment businesses to supply workers to cover the duties of those taking part in industrial action, and the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act, which has recently received Royal Assent following much discussion and commentary. We hope you find the bulletin useful.

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