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A group of construction workers who were sacked for refusing to work in an asbestos contaminated site in London have been reinstated with full pay.It is thought to be one of the first cases of its kind since the employment law reforms last year.The Trade Union Reform and Employments Rights Act 1993 protects workers against being victimised for raising concerns about health and safety.The labourers were helping to clear a site at St John's Hospital in Clapham, south London, which is ...

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