Labour Women’s Conference says: repeal all anti-union laws!

The Labour Party Women’s Conference, held online in late June, passed a motion demanding: “Repeal all anti- trade union laws and create new rights and freedoms for trade unions to help them win a better deal for working people.”

This was part of a composite motion on “women and the economy”, which can be viewed online here.

The motion adds to the growing library of strong policies passed across the labour movement, including the Labour Party, supporting the repeal of all anti-union and anti-strike laws. Rank-and-file activists must ensure our movement turns these words into action and organises strong and active campaigning against anti-union legislation.

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