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""As with the first edition, it is a major aim of this handbook to explain the law of employment as it applies in Scotland and to emphasise the differences both in the law itself and in its interpretation as between Scotland and England.Although there have been many changes to the substantive law since July 1991 the authors have sought to retain the structure of the first edition by integrating the relevant developments where appropriate. Not only have the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, the Employment Rights Act 1996 and the Industrial Tribunals Act 1996 consolidated much of the earlier law, there have also been significant substantive changes. The Trade Union Reform and Employment Rights Act 1993 introduced major changes to the law of unfair dismissal, the workings of the industrial tribunals, the internal government of trade unions and the law of industrial action. More recently still, delegated legislation has fundamentally altered the concept of continuity of employment and the obligations of an employer to consult representatives prior to redundancy (which itself has been redefined) and the transfer of an undertaking. Coverage also includes the Disab