This textbook offers students a solid understanding of the present state of labor law in Great Britain, explaining its history from the end of World War II to the end of Margaret Thatcher's term as Prime Minister. The origins of the legislation is used as a framework to discuss labor law so that it will be helpful to lawyers, as well as students and scholars of politics, sociology, and economics.
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Mark Freedland, Fellow of St John's College, University Lecturer in Law, both at University of Oxford.Review:
"There is no doubt that in this work [the authors] have made an important and original contribution to the literature both of labor law and the wider subject of the processes by which government policies are developed and implemented...."--he Law Quarterly Review
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