Labour leader says Tories’ Trade Union Act which makes strikes illegal without 50% turnout on ballots and approval of 40% of members is ‘really unfair’

Jeremy Corbyn has refused to rule out supporting illegal strikes by union-backed workers, though the Unite boss Len McCluskey has said he would not expect Labour politicians to support industrial action outside the law.

The Labour leader said he viewed the Conservatives’ Trade Union Act as “really unfair” and said he would back workers fighting for a fair pay rise.

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