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During the 1980s, the law relating to trade unions was totally overhauled by the Conservative Government. The effect was dramatic. For the first time ever, unions were subject to formal regulation in all the dealings that they had with the three groups most affected by their actions: union members, employers and the public. This book examines the history of reforms, the changes that have been introduced and their practical implications for unions, trade union members and employers.