PM: I'll toughen law to end strikes called by minority

James Chapman
July 2014
Daily Mail;7/10/2014, p4
STRIKE laws would be tightened under Tory plans to prevent a repeat of an 'illegitimate' walkout by a million public sector workers today.


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