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The law and policy relating to collective labour relations are discussed in Part Six below. Contradictions in Deregulatory Policies? At first sight there appeared to be a contradiction between the neo-liberal philosophy of the Conservative administration, which essentially believed in keeping the business of the State and the business of government to a minimum, and the highly interventionist policy adopted in relation to trade union reform. There was, in fact, no contradiction. For the free marketeer, the market is the mechanism by which individual wants and desires can be controlled.
10 Nevertheless, a by-product of Amsterdam has been a significantly wider scope for employment legislation in most areas of employment. In developing a Community ‘social dimension’ there has also been a continuing fusion of employment and other elements of social policy. This can be seen from the lead provisions and ‘objectives’ in art. 136 of Title XI. 11 But it then identifies, in art. 136 ‘objectives’ such as improving the promotion of employment, improved living and working conditions, ‘proper social protection of workers’, and the combating of social exclusion.