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Ineos calls for extreme union activity to be criminalized following Grangemouth dispute

9:09 AM MDT | June 16, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Ineos, the world’s fourth-largest chemical company by sales, is asking the UK government to make it a criminal offence for trade unions to use intimidation and bullying tactics against individuals, the company announced today. In its Friday submission to the Carr Review, a UK government inquiry into unions’ tactics, Ineos identifies 10 "serious failings” in existing UK industrial law and proposes changes to the legislation.   The independent review is headed by Bruce Carr, who has been tasked by the UK government to look into the legal...

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