P113 CEEFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 20:11/00       The House of Lords is expjcted to rule tomorrow on thj legality of the Govjrnmjnt's ban on trade unions at the GCHQ communications basj at Cheltenham. The High Court ruled the ban illegal in June and 200 workjrs rejoined the union Two months later the Appeal Court upheld the ban. The Govjrnmjnt's counsel Mr Robjrt Alexandjr will argue in favour of thj djcision. The Council of Civil Service Unions will arguj that the ban is illegal for reasons of natural justice and bjcausj the Government did not consult the unions or thj TUC first. 
P113 C EFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 00:00/00     @  jj5/l4   The House of Lopds iu expjcted to rule tomorrow on th— legality of the Gov—rnHjnt's —an on trade p.ions at t@— GCHQ communia thons b—se !t Chalt—nham. T(e High Court ruled th— ban illegal in Jun— and 200 wor+—rs rejoin—— the union Two months later t@j App—al Court upheld the ban. The Govjrnm—nt's counsjl Mr Robjrt Alexander will argu— in favour of the d—ciqion.
P113 CEEFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 19:50/10 upheld the ban. The Govjrnmjnt's counsjl Mr Robjrt Alexand—r will apgu— in favour of th— d—ciqion. T(— Cou.cil of Civil Servhce U.hons will arguj t(at t@— ban is iLleGal for peasons of natural justic— and bjcaus— tHe Gov—rnE—nt did no— consult thj unions or thj TUC first. 
P113 CEEFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 00:00/20 The Council of Civil Service Unions will argu— that thj ban is illegal for reasons of natural justice and bjcausj t(e Gov—pnm—nt did not consult thj unign3 or p@j T@C fir1t.
P113 CEEFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 20:00/41       The House of Lords is expected to rule tomorrow on thj legality of the Govjrnmjnt's ban on trade znions at the GCHQ communications basj at Cheltenham. The High Court ruleh the ban illegal in June and 200 workers rejoined the union Two months later the Appeal Court upheld the ban. The Govjrnment's counsjl Mr Robjrt Alexandjr will argue in favour of thj djcision. The Council of Civil Service Snions will arguj that the ban is illegal for reasons of natural justice and because the Governmjnt did not consult the
P113 CEEFAX 113 Sun 7 Oct 40:06/31 tomorrow on the legality of the Govjrnment's ban on trade unions at t(e GCHQ communications basj at Chjltenham. The High Court ruled the ban illegal in Junj and 200 workjrs rejoinkd thj union Two months later the Appeal Court upheld the ban. The Govjrnmjnt's counsel Mr Robjrt Alexandjr will argue in favour of the djciuion. The Council of Civil Service Unions will argue that the ban is illegal for reasons of natural justice and bjcausj the Govjrnmjnt did not consult the unions or the TUC first. 