noun[mass noun] British
Picketing by strikers of the premises of a firm that trades with their employer but is not otherwise involved in the dispute in question.
More example sentences
- Ministers will face demands from the trade unions to legalise secondary picketing following the recent dispute over British Airways catering.
- The lack of effectiveness of this group was illustrated in 1959 when it failed to prevent a Federal law that outlawed secondary picketing.
- Coal had been stockpiled, secondary picketing restricted and police had received special riot training.
Definition of secondary picketing in:
- The US English dictionary