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Social and Labour Rights in a Global Context: International and Comparative Perspectives edited by Bob Hepple, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xxi + 257 + (index) 16 pp (£45.00 hardback). ISBN 0 521 81881 8.

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1 K Klare ‘The Horizons of Transformative Labour and Employment Law’ in J Conaghan, Fischl, R M and Mare, K Labour Law in an Era of Globalization: Transformative Practices and Possibilities (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002) p 4 Google Scholar.

2 Eg N Bacon and J Storey ‘New Employee Relations Strategies in Britain: Towards Individualism or Partnership?’ (2000) 38 Br J Ind Relations 407; J Mcllroy ‘The New Politics of Pressure — The Trades Union Congress and New Labour in Government’ (2000) 31 Ind Relations J 2; and T Novitz ‘A Revised Role for Trade Unions as Designed by New Labour: The Representation Pyramid and “Partnership”’ (2002) 29 JLS 487.

3 See also, as regards identification of this problem, Bruun, N Transnational Trade Union Rights in the European Union (Stockholm: Arbetslivsinstitutet, 1998 Google Scholar); and P Germanotta Protecting Worker Solidarity Action: A Critique of International Labour Law (London: Institute of Employment Rights, 2002).

4 For doubts expressed as to the ‘democratic credentials' of the’ Convention’ which drafted the Charter, see C McCrudden’ The Future of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights‘, Jean Monnet Working Paper no 10/01, p 11; G de Búrca’ The Drafting of the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights' (2001) 26 ELR 126 at 131–133; and T Eicke, ‘The European Charter of Fundamental Rights — Unique Opportunity or Unwelcome Distraction’ [2000] European Human Rights LR 280 at 281.

5 It should be noted that this is a view which has been challenged elsewhere. See eg K D Ewing ‘Social Rights and Constitutional Law’ [1999] PL 105.

6 Case C-212/97 Centros v Erhvers-og Selskabsstyrelsen [1999] ECR 1–1459.

7 UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Concluding Observations on the Report of Nigeria UN Doc E/C.12/1/Add.23, 13 May 1998.

8 See the jurisprudence developed by the Committee of Independent Experts relating to arts 1(1), 2(1), 12(3), 14 and 18; summarised in L Samuel Fundamental Social Rights: Case Law of the European Social Charter (Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing, 2nd edn, 2002).

9 Discussed in detail in J Earnshaw and S Hardy ‘Assessing an Arbitral Route for Unfair Dismissal’ (2001) 30 Ind LJ 289.

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