The outlawing of ‘solidarity’ or ‘sympathy’ strikes was a major victory of Thatcher’s war on the trade unions — with consequences the labour movement continues to grapple with today.

Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) with her bronze bust by artist Beatrice Murray on 13 November 1975. (Hilaria McCarthy / Daily Express / Hulton Archive / Getty Images)

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