Blacklisting at the High Court on 7th December 

The next date for the High Court case management hearings is 7-8 December 2015 at Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand. 

This is the first court appearance since the major firms admitted their guilt and apologised for their involvement in the Economic League and the Consulting Association. BSG are yet to hear what the remaining contractors involved in blacklisting decide to do. The biggest construction companies in the UK are falling out with each other and scrambling to protect their corporate brand. On the side of the Blacklist Support Group, all the legal teams representing the blacklisted workers are united in their desire to see real justice. Blacklist Support Group (BSG) publicly state their desire to continue all the way to the High Court trial. They want to see the directors who orchestrated this unlawful conspiracy give evidence under oath about their human rights violations.

BSG want to make Monday 7th December a big one. It is the first High Court session since the firms have admitted their guilt and they hope to generate some publicity for the campaign.

9am – assemble outside the High Court

10am – 4pm – High Court blacklisting trial case management hearing

6pm BSG parliamentary meeting (all welcome)

Speakers include: John McDonnell MP (shadow chancellor), John Hendy QC, Chris Stephens MP (SNP trade union spokesperson) and many blacklisted workers.

 

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