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How employees or employers can complain about ballots for industrial action in United Kingdom?

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How employees or employers can complain about ballots for industrial action in United Kingdom?

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    You can apply for a court order if your union breaks the rules on industrial action ballots. You can take legal advice before doing this. The court may order the union not to organise action if it decides a ballot wasn’t held according to the rules. You can apply for a temporary injunction that tells the union not to call industrial action if your case can’t be heard in court straight away. If the union doesn’t do what the court says, you can ask them to ‘declare the union to be in contempt of court’ and the union can be fined.

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