The Tories' new Trade Union Bill is a massive attack on civil rights, from the right to strike to freedom of expression and assembly.
TUC General Secretary Fraces O'Grady has produced a short video as part of the campaign against it:
The TUC has also produced a briefing on the proposals. This is well worth a read, because the government's proposals go much further than the Bill itself. Many of the worst aspects are contained in the linked consultation documents and in amendments to the regulations governing temp agencies to allow them to supply scabs during a strike.
The TUC is organising a rally and lobby of parliament on Monday 2nd November which everyone should build and attend. It's also worth getting involved with campaigns such as the Campaign For Trade Union Freedom and Right To Strike.
As Len McCluskey argued so powerfully at the Unite Rules Conference, many workers are also going to have to be ready to break this unjust law if it passes or be unable to resist their employer successfully.