Labour conference commits to “abolishing anti-union laws” (again)

Published on The Clarion website, on 27th September 2018.

Following the policy on repealing the anti-union laws and re-establishing the right to strike passed at Labour Party conference in 2015 and 2017, this year’s conference again resolved (in the Brexit composite!) that:

“Labour will form a radical government; taxing the rich to fund better public services, expanding common ownership, abolishing anti-union laws and engaging in massive public investment.”

So conference’s policy has, though in only a few words, once again been clearly stated.

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