Solidarity Action

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Solidarity Action - (adjective + noun)


This is industrial action that is taken by a trade union in order to support a strike started by workers in another enterprise. Very often the enterprise is in the same group of companies.


Source: Adapted from Wikepedia
Example of Use: Solidarity action is still illegal in the UK, despite the Labour Party being in power for over 10 years.