anti-strike

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anti-strike

[ˈæntɪˈstraɪk] ADJantihuelga
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I am concerned about the wellbeing of all workers with the Government's anti-strike proposals.
DAVID Cameron's anti-strike laws are the biggest attack on trade unions in more than 30 years.
Earlier this week, Prentis said Unison were preparing a PS50million fund to fight the planned anti-strike laws.
Those with anti-strike views are given every chance to be counted.
Public service workers' protest brings firefighters, teachers and civil servants across Wales out on strike - roads, schools, offices close as Cameron vows tough anti-strike laws.
An anti-strike protester tried to disrupt Mr Ruff's speech in St George's Square but was moved on by police officers who took no further action.
The government's decision is "illegal, arbitrary and anti-strike," said Bilal EcetintaE-, the president of Kristal-yE-, a TE-rk-yE- member union for glassware workers.
Roosevelt's veto, the Smith-Connally Anti-Strike Act, which allowed the federal government to seize and operate privately owned war plants facing labor strikes.
London, July 22 ( ANI ): Unions in the United Kingdom have been warned not to disrupt the London Olympics through industrial action or strikes, as ministers have hinted that they might consider introducing new anti-strike laws to prevent the Games from being undermined.
They were offered a pay bump, thought by some to be an anti-strike bribe, but this was later proved by lawyers to be unlawful and cost the council millions in equal pay settlements.
Both statements endorsed the following demands: the trial of police officers responsible for the killing of the martyrs of the revolution, the trial of corrupt ex-regime figures and their expulsion from all governmental posts, the trial of the Mubaraks, ending military trials of civilians, drawing up a new state budget and revoking the anti-strike law, Egyptian AL AHRAM reported on Sunday.
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