Court of Appeal
Employer's appeal against discharge of an interlocutory injunction restraining the trade union from inducing the employees from acting in breach of their contracts of employment by striking.
HELD: A ballot favoured strike action & Mr Ron Todd was the person authorised to call on the employees to strike. The requirement under s.7(3)(b)Employment Act 1990 that a strike call be made by a "specified person" was met where authorisation to strike,should negotiations with the employer the following day break down,was given by the specified person to a regional union official.
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