HELD: Section 188 Trade Union and Labour Relations Act (Consolidation) Act 1992 and s.46 Coal Industry Nationalisation Act 1946, the union had a right to be consulted over colliery closures and redundancies. British Coal could not make a final decision on the closure of any of the 10 collieries nor could the Secretary of State make available funds which would enable British Coal to reach a decision until a procedure substantially to the same effect as the modified colliery review procedure had been followed.
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