Opposition To The Trade Union Bill In The Lords Debate

Yesterday’s House Of Lords debate on the Trade Union Bill lasted some 8 hours, with a vast number of speakers opposing the Bill.

Some interesting analysis of the affects of the Bill, most of which are intended according to those opposing it; became evident in the debate. If you want clarification of what the Bill means for you and your Trade Union, 4 key speeches can be watched below:

Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

Baroness Burt of Solihull (Liberal Democrats)

Lord Monks (Labour – ex TUC General Secretary)

Baroness Drake (Labour – ex CWU Deputy General Secretary)

Source: Parliament TV

Posted: 1st January 2016

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