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27 K.L.J. [i] (2016)

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                  KING'S LAW JOURNAL
                  Volume 27 * Issue 1 * 2016



                            Analysis


All in 'It' Together: Worker Wages Without Worker Votes
     Ewan McGaughey.       ................................................1

Process and Outcome
     D avid M angan .............................................................  10


                          Special  Issue

                          The Right to Strike


Editors' Preface
     KD Ewing and John Hendy  QC............................................. 22

Back to the Future: Freedom of Association, the Right to Strike and
National Law
     Janice R B ellace  ............................................................  24

The EU and the Right to Strike: Regulation through the Back Door and Its
Impact on Social Dialogue
      Tonia Novitz....   .................................. ........ 46

The Right to Take Collective Action in the Council of Europe: A Tale of
One City, Two Instruments and Two Bodies
     Filip Dorssemont           ................................................ 67

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