Synopsis By: Marx - Proceeding Author: Sir John C. Wood

An Overseas Correspondent reports a dramatic change of British labor relations activity, occasioned by the change from Conservative Party to Labor Party government. The Conservative-sponsored Industrial Relations Act 1971 was abolished, followed by enactment of the Trade Union and Labor Relations Act 1974 and the Employment Protection Act 1975. The mediation activities of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service are described.