The Tories view the Unions as a threat even though there power is diminished. Thy will hope to deplete the Unions further and in so doing strike another hit at the heart of Labour.
But if you believe Unions hold too much power in the UK you are delusional.
If they were all powerful would working people be forced to use food banks, claim in work benefits and accept zero-hours contracts? No they would not.
In light of the Human Rights Act Tory side-swipe 38 degrees, an organisation the Tories have already tried to gag before the election, have launched a new campaign and petition. They say:
The fight back has started.
When Maggie Thatcher left Downing Street with a tear in her eye many people including me cheered. She was ousted by her own and John Major who succeeded her was soon toast. Cameron may have a majority but it is not huge and he faces some testing times.
Whether you want his government to impose restrictions that will affect you and future generations negatively is up to you.
If you do not it is time to wake up.
Change.org petition - We call on the Government and the Prime Minister to provide a national referendum on the planned abolition of the Human Rights Act.
Sajid Javid: Significant changes to strike law