De minimis principle inindustrial relations ballots.
Lord Donaldson of Lymington MR
 ICR 258
England and Wales
Dictum disapproved – London Underground Ltd and Others v National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Worker CA 16-Feb-2001
When a union gave notice to the employer that it intended to hold a ballot as to industrial action, the union was obliged to give details of the members to be balloted, so as to permit the employer to exercise its own rights. ‘Information as to the . .
Cited – In re P (a minor by his mother and litigation friend); P v National Association of Schoolmasters/Union of Women Teachers HL 27-Feb-2003
The pupil had been excluded from school but then ordered to be re-instated. The teachers, through their union, refused to teach him claiming that he was disruptive. The claimant appealed a refusal of an injunction. The injunction had been refused on . .
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Updated: 26 May 2022; Ref: scu.223722