You can legislate against the right of lawful bodies (unions, for example) to take effective action; you can legislate against the right of an individual to protest; you can legislate that the sky is orange and the moon is made of cheese. But that does not make it so, nor does it make it right.
At some point, there will be a reprisal against repressive legislation; at some point, the people will say ‘this is enough’. Perhaps the Deregulation Bill (HL Bill 33) will be that point, this legislation that will remove all rights to be treated fairly by an employer or a business because if your actions- or lack of action, such as withdrawing your labour- affect THEIR profits, be you an individual or an organisation you can be required to answer to a court of law.
That is the threshold upon which we currently stand. Big business not merely influencing government, but running it and your human rights ridden over roughshod in the name of their profits.