Coming in From the Cold: The Role of Trade Unions on Public Policy Bodies at a Regional Level, with a Focus on London, the Southeast and the East of England
This short article will review the comparative contribution of trade unions to the design and implementation of public policy before and after the election of the Labour government, 1 May 1997. The article will then explore those factors that have proved to be obstacles to trade union’s greater or more effective engagement in public policy formulation. Finally, I will recommend possible remedies to alleviate those obstacles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Southern and Eastern Regional Council Trades Union Congress (SERTUC), London, UK
Publication date: 2001-11-01