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15 September 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

British trade unions are up in arms about a plan to toughen strike laws. But they should also worry that only a quarter of workers are members. Gaps between the richest and the poorest incomes tend to be narrower in developed countries where more of the workforce is unionised.

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