The Trades Union caused its members to withdraw their labour from the plaintiff, so preventing the plaintiff from performing a contract with a firm of printers. The conduct was aimed, primarily, not at the plaintiff but at the printers, with whom the union was in dispute.
Held: The plaintiff’s claim for an injunction was upheld.
 1 WLR 427
England and Wales
Appeal from – Dimbleby and Sons v National Union of Journalists CA 1983
Cited – Douglas and others v Hello! Ltd and others (No 3) CA 18-May-2005
The principal claimants sold the rights to take photographs of their wedding to a co-claimant magazine (OK). Persons acting on behalf of the defendants took unauthorised photographs which the defendants published. The claimants had retained joint . .
Cited – Douglas and others v Hello! Ltd and others; similar HL 2-May-2007
In Douglas, the claimants said that the defendants had interfered with their contract to provide exclusive photographs of their wedding to a competing magazine, by arranging for a third party to infiltrate and take and sell unauthorised photographs. . .
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Torts – Other, Employment
Updated: 12 April 2022; Ref: scu.225472