542. The right to strike.

The right to strike1 is one of the most important means by which trades unions can protect their members' interests and forms a close nexus with the right2 to assemble peacefully3. However, the right to strike is not expressly enshrined in Article 114 or in United Kingdom law5, and may be subject to restrictions that limit its exercise in certain instances6 or where vital economic interests are at stake7. Thus for example, a requirement on a trade union to provide an employer with a list of its members in advance of a vote on industrial action is not considered