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Workers from British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) lobbying parliament against the proposed merger with British European Airways, London 1971. Merger did take place in 1974 when British Airways... - NLA - 21-12-1971
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21-12-1971 Workers from British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) lobbying parliament against the proposed merger with British European Airways, London 1971. Merger did take place in 1974 when British Airways... © NLA
Mass meeting of Heathrow airport workers 1970, Brentford football ground called in opposition to private management companies, American General Aviation Services in particular. - NLA - 31-01-1970
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31-01-1970 Mass meeting of Heathrow airport workers 1970, Brentford football ground called in opposition to private management companies, American General Aviation Services in particular. © NLA
Frank Chapple, EEPTU, 1970 at a meeting with the employers about industrial action in the power industry - NLA - 14-12-1970
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14-12-1970 Frank Chapple, EEPTU, 1970 at a meeting with the employers about industrial action in the power industry © NLA
1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. Liason Committee for the defence of trades unions banner - Gail Clarke Hall - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. Liason Committee for the defence of trades unions banner © Gail Clarke Hall
1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. - Gail Clarke Hall - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. © Gail Clarke Hall
1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. - Gail Clarke Hall - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 1970 trade union demonstration and rally against the proposed introduction of the Industrial Relations Act. © Gail Clarke Hall
National protest called by the TUC to oppose the anti-union laws proposed by the Heath Government. London. - Peter Arkell - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 National protest called by the TUC to oppose the anti-union laws proposed by the Heath Government. London. © Peter Arkell
National protest called by the TUC to oppose the anti-union laws proposed by the Heath Government. London. - Peter Arkell - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 National protest called by the TUC to oppose the anti-union laws proposed by the Heath Government. London. © Peter Arkell
Rally in London during the national one-day strike called by the TUC against the Heath Governments new laws against the trade unions. - NLA - 08-12-1970
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08-12-1970 Rally in London during the national one-day strike called by the TUC against the Heath Governments new laws against the trade unions. © NLA
Tom Jackson UPW leaving pay talks with the Conservative government in London. Failure of the talks eventually led to a strike of postal workers in 1971 - NLA - 26-11-1970
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26-11-1970 Tom Jackson UPW leaving pay talks with the Conservative government in London. Failure of the talks eventually led to a strike of postal workers in 1971 © NLA
Rubbish piled high in a park, council workers pay strike, Hackney, London - Martin Mayer - 04-11-1970
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04-11-1970 Rubbish piled high in a park, council workers pay strike, Hackney, London © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. - Martin Mayer - 03-11-1970
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03-11-1970 Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. - Martin Mayer - 03-11-1970
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03-11-1970 Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. - Martin Mayer - 03-11-1970
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03-11-1970 Council workers strike. Tenants protest at the rubbish mounting up outside their flats. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen at a meeting to consider the latest offer. - Peter Arkell - 03-11-1970
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03-11-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen at a meeting to consider the latest offer. © Peter Arkell
Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen at a meeting to consider the latest offer. - Peter Arkell - 03-11-1970
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03-11-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen at a meeting to consider the latest offer. © Peter Arkell
Pipe smoking union leaders of Equity union meeting. Gerald Croasdell Gen Sec, Ernest Clarke (Pres), Peter Plouviez Ass Sec, Harley Street, London - NLA - 01-11-1970
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01-11-1970 Pipe smoking union leaders of Equity union meeting. Gerald Croasdell Gen Sec, Ernest Clarke (Pres), Peter Plouviez Ass Sec, Harley Street, London © NLA
Council workers in Oxford at a march and rally to support their pay claim of 55/- a week.. - NLA - 28-10-1970
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28-10-1970 Council workers in Oxford at a march and rally to support their pay claim of 55/- a week.. © NLA
Council workers pay strike, with rubbish piled up at a street market, Tower Hamlets, East London 1970 - NLA - 27-10-1970
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27-10-1970 Council workers pay strike, with rubbish piled up at a street market, Tower Hamlets, East London 1970 © NLA
Troops clearing rubbish from Petticoat Lane during the council workers pay strike, London 1970 - Martin Mayer - 23-10-1970
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23-10-1970 Troops clearing rubbish from Petticoat Lane during the council workers pay strike, London 1970 © Martin Mayer
Troops clearing rubbish from Petticoat Lane during the council workers pay strike, London 1970 - Martin Mayer - 23-10-1970
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23-10-1970 Troops clearing rubbish from Petticoat Lane during the council workers pay strike, London 1970 © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. Support from other workers for the pay strike in Swindon. - Martin Mayer - 23-10-1970
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23-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Support from other workers for the pay strike in Swindon. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. A solidarity march for the council workers on strike for a pay rise, in Swindon. - Martin Mayer - 23-10-1970
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23-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. A solidarity march for the council workers on strike for a pay rise, in Swindon. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. A solidarity march for the council workers on strike for a pay rise, in Swindon. - Martin Mayer - 23-10-1970
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23-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. A solidarity march for the council workers on strike for a pay rise, in Swindon. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. Binmen, on strike for a 55/- pay rise, picket Buckingham Palace. - Martin Mayer - 22-10-1970
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22-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Binmen, on strike for a 55/- pay rise, picket Buckingham Palace. © Martin Mayer
Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen, trying to stop strikebreakers lorries from entering and leaving the Lots Road disposal centre, are stopped by police from speaking to the d... - Peter Arkell - 21-10-1970
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21-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Chelsea and Kensington dustmen, trying to stop strikebreakers lorries from entering and leaving the Lots Road disposal centre, are stopped by police from speaking to the d... © Peter Arkell
Bristol council workers march in protest at low pay and calling for a living wage 1970 - Peter Arkell - 13-10-1970
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13-10-1970 Bristol council workers march in protest at low pay and calling for a living wage 1970 © Peter Arkell
Bristol council workers march in protest at low pay and calling for a living wage 1970 - Peter Arkell - 13-10-1970
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13-10-1970 Bristol council workers march in protest at low pay and calling for a living wage 1970 © Peter Arkell
Council workers strike 1970. Pickets in Lambeth, South London, trying to persuade a dustcart driver from entering a depot - Martin Mayer - 09-10-1970
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09-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Pickets in Lambeth, South London, trying to persuade a dustcart driver from entering a depot © Martin Mayer
NUPE banner, Council Workers march and lobby to County Hall, London - Peter Arkell - 06-10-1970
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06-10-1970 NUPE banner, Council Workers march and lobby to County Hall, London © Peter Arkell
NUPE banner, Council Workers march and lobby to County Hall, London - Peter Arkell - 06-10-1970
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06-10-1970 NUPE banner, Council Workers march and lobby to County Hall, London © Peter Arkell
Council workers strike 1970. Rally of council workers at County Hall during the bitter strike, for a pay increase of 55/-, of 1970. - NLA - 06-10-1970
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06-10-1970 Council workers strike 1970. Rally of council workers at County Hall during the bitter strike, for a pay increase of 55/-, of 1970. © NLA
Council workers lobby Department of Employment over low pay, London - Martin Mayer - 10-09-1970
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10-09-1970 Council workers lobby Department of Employment over low pay, London © Martin Mayer
Council workers lobby Department of Employment over low pay, London - Martin Mayer - 10-09-1970
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10-09-1970 Council workers lobby Department of Employment over low pay, London © Martin Mayer
Lord Thomson, owner of the Sunday Times and the Times arrives for pay talks during print workers strike who are demanding a 25 pay rise, Fleet Street, London - Martin Mayer - 10-08-1970
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10-08-1970 Lord Thomson, owner of the Sunday Times and the Times arrives for pay talks during print workers strike who are demanding a 25 pay rise, Fleet Street, London © Martin Mayer
Workers at Govan shipyards, Part of Upper Clyde Shipyards, Glasgow, Scotland, begin an occupation or 'work-in' at their yard to oppose its closure - Martin Mayer - 08-08-1970
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08-08-1970 Workers at Govan shipyards, Part of Upper Clyde Shipyards, Glasgow, Scotland, begin an occupation or 'work-in' at their yard to oppose its closure © Martin Mayer
GKN Sankey automotive components workers 1970 arguing with a union official over whether he will support their strike for higher pay. The strike affected many parts of the car industry leading to layo... - Martin Mayer - 01-08-1970
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01-08-1970 GKN Sankey automotive components workers 1970 arguing with a union official over whether he will support their strike for higher pay. The strike affected many parts of the car industry leading to layo... © Martin Mayer
Workers from the GKN Sankey factory vote to strike for higher pay, mass meeting. Telford, Shropshire. The strike led to the closure of several Triumph and Austin- Morris car factories because of a sho... - Martin Mayer - 01-08-1970
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01-08-1970 Workers from the GKN Sankey factory vote to strike for higher pay, mass meeting. Telford, Shropshire. The strike led to the closure of several Triumph and Austin- Morris car factories because of a sho... © Martin Mayer
Workers from the GKN Sankey factory vote to strike for higher pay, mass meeting. Telford, Shropshire. The strike led to the closure of several Triumph and Austin- Morris car factories because of a sho... - Martin Mayer - 01-08-1970
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01-08-1970 Workers from the GKN Sankey factory vote to strike for higher pay, mass meeting. Telford, Shropshire. The strike led to the closure of several Triumph and Austin- Morris car factories because of a sho... © Martin Mayer
A GKN Sankey workers on strike argue with a union official over whether he will support their strike for higher pay. The strike affected many parts of the car industry leading to layoffs in several Au... - Martin Mayer - 01-08-1970
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01-08-1970 A GKN Sankey workers on strike argue with a union official over whether he will support their strike for higher pay. The strike affected many parts of the car industry leading to layoffs in several Au... © Martin Mayer
Shipyard workers from Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, Glasgow joined in a march and rally by 80,000 trades union members opposing the threatened closure of the yards. They later occupied the yards in a work... - Martin Mayer - 23-06-1970
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23-06-1970 Shipyard workers from Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, Glasgow joined in a march and rally by 80,000 trades union members opposing the threatened closure of the yards. They later occupied the yards in a work... © Martin Mayer
Upper Clyde Shipbuilders workers, Glasgow A march and rally of 80,000 trades union members opposing the threatened closure of the yards. They later occupied the yards in a 'work-in', which saved some... - Martin Mayer - 23-06-1970
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23-06-1970 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders workers, Glasgow A march and rally of 80,000 trades union members opposing the threatened closure of the yards. They later occupied the yards in a 'work-in', which saved some... © Martin Mayer
A meeting of Morris car workers voting for a strike, Cowley, Oxford against Measured Day Work. At this time there was on average one industrial dispute a day in the British Leyland Cowley car factory. - Martin Mayer - 16-06-1970
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16-06-1970 A meeting of Morris car workers voting for a strike, Cowley, Oxford against Measured Day Work. At this time there was on average one industrial dispute a day in the British Leyland Cowley car factory. © Martin Mayer
Shop steward speaking, mass meeting of Morris car workers 1970 against Measured Day Work, Cowley, Oxford - Martin Mayer - 16-06-1970
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16-06-1970 Shop steward speaking, mass meeting of Morris car workers 1970 against Measured Day Work, Cowley, Oxford © Martin Mayer
Striking Fleet Street print workers lobby pay talks demanding a 25% pay rise, Fleet Street, London - Martin Mayer - 10-06-1970
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10-06-1970 Striking Fleet Street print workers lobby pay talks demanding a 25% pay rise, Fleet Street, London © Martin Mayer
Print workers strike at Daily Telegraph, Fleet Street, London - Martin Mayer - 10-06-1970
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10-06-1970 Print workers strike at Daily Telegraph, Fleet Street, London © Martin Mayer
Print workers strike at Daily Telegraph, Fleet Street, London - Martin Mayer - 10-06-1970
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10-06-1970 Print workers strike at Daily Telegraph, Fleet Street, London © Martin Mayer
Mass meeting 7 week pay strike, Pilkington Glass, St Helens, Lancashire 1970 - NLA - 09-05-1970
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09-05-1970 Mass meeting 7 week pay strike, Pilkington Glass, St Helens, Lancashire 1970 © NLA
Upper Clyde Shipbuilders (UCS) 1970 workers lobby a union meeting against redundancies - NLA - 24-04-1970
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24-04-1970 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders (UCS) 1970 workers lobby a union meeting against redundancies © NLA
NUM banner, rally against the Industrial Relations Act, Trafalgar Square, London 1970 - Chris Davies - 21-02-1970
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21-02-1970 NUM banner, rally against the Industrial Relations Act, Trafalgar Square, London 1970 © Chris Davies
Leeds clothing workers strike 1970, voting to continue. Mostly women regarded as unskilled, their unofficial strike against low pay brought out 20,000 women from 45 factories. After two weeks they won... - NLA - 20-02-1970
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20-02-1970 Leeds clothing workers strike 1970, voting to continue. Mostly women regarded as unskilled, their unofficial strike against low pay brought out 20,000 women from 45 factories. After two weeks they won... © NLA
AUEW protest, National Industrial Relations Court London, 1974 Jeremy Corbyn (L) presenting cheques - NLA - 06-05-1974
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06-05-1974 AUEW protest, National Industrial Relations Court London, 1974 Jeremy Corbyn (L) presenting cheques © NLA
AUEW protest, National Industrial Relations Court London, 1974 Jeremy Corbyn (L) presenting cheques - NLA - 06-05-1974
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06-05-1974 AUEW protest, National Industrial Relations Court London, 1974 Jeremy Corbyn (L) presenting cheques © NLA
Robert Carr MP, Employment Secretary in the Conservative government at an election press conference. He introduced the 1971 Industrial Relations Act, which restricted right to strike and virtually abo... - NLA - 12-02-1974
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12-02-1974 Robert Carr MP, Employment Secretary in the Conservative government at an election press conference. He introduced the 1971 Industrial Relations Act, which restricted right to strike and virtually abo... © NLA
Hugh Scanlon AUEW members lobby 1974 over confrontation with National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), union HQ, Peckham, South London - NLA - 03-01-1974
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03-01-1974 Hugh Scanlon AUEW members lobby 1974 over confrontation with National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), union HQ, Peckham, South London © NLA
Manchester, 1973, One day protest strike against the fine of the AUEW by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to obey a court ruling in connection with a union recognition strik... - NLA - 06-11-1973
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06-11-1973 Manchester, 1973, One day protest strike against the fine of the AUEW by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to obey a court ruling in connection with a union recognition strik... © NLA
1973 AUEW members protest against the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), which had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute. Sir Donald Duck... - NLA - 05-11-1973
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05-11-1973 1973 AUEW members protest against the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), which had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute. Sir Donald Duck... © NLA
Mass picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strike, and it wa... - Martin Mayer - 05-11-1973
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05-11-1973 Mass picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strike, and it wa... © Martin Mayer
1973 Protest by AUEW members outside the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), London. The court had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute a... - NLA - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 1973 Protest by AUEW members outside the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), London. The court had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute a... © NLA
1973 Protest by AUEW members outside the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), London. The court had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute a... - NLA - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 1973 Protest by AUEW members outside the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC), London. The court had fined the union heavily for defying a court order in conncection with a recognition dispute a... © NLA
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership © Peter Harrap
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership © Peter Harrap
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership © Peter Harrap
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership. Royal Group of Docks Shop Stew... - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership. Royal Group of Docks Shop Stew... © Peter Harrap
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership. Fleet Street AUEW - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership. Fleet Street AUEW © Peter Harrap
Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership - Peter Harrap - 22-10-1973
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22-10-1973 Con Mech dispute 1973. AUEW protest against fines imposed under the National Industrial Relations Act for trade union blacking of Con Mech for refusing union membership © Peter Harrap
Mass meeting and picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strik... - Martin Mayer - 05-10-1973
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05-10-1973 Mass meeting and picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strik... © Martin Mayer
Mass meeting and picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strik... - Martin Mayer - 05-10-1973
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05-10-1973 Mass meeting and picket at Con Mech Group, Woking, Surrey 1973 for recognition of the AEU. The union had been fined by the National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) for refusing to call off the strik... © Martin Mayer
Protest against racism and the 1971 Immigration Act, Indian Workers Association, Hyde Park, London 1973 - NLA - 22-07-1973
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22-07-1973 Protest against racism and the 1971 Immigration Act, Indian Workers Association, Hyde Park, London 1973 © NLA
National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972. CAV Lucas Occupation Committee, workers occupied their factory against c... - NLA - 20-12-1972
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20-12-1972 National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972. CAV Lucas Occupation Committee, workers occupied their factory against c... © NLA
National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972. CAV Lucas workers occupied their factory against closure and redundancie... - NLA - 20-12-1972
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20-12-1972 National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972. CAV Lucas workers occupied their factory against closure and redundancie... © NLA
National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972 - NLA - 20-12-1972
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20-12-1972 National one day AUEW strike against the fines imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court on the union, Liverpool 1972 © NLA
Hugh Scanlon, AUEW pres with the union executive behind him speaking to members after a large fine for contempt of court was imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court for ignoring its rulings... - NLA - 12-12-1972
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12-12-1972 Hugh Scanlon, AUEW pres with the union executive behind him speaking to members after a large fine for contempt of court was imposed by the National Industrial Relations Court for ignoring its rulings... © NLA
Docks strike 1972. Anger outside Transport House as dockers learn that the strike is to be called off with a compromise settlement based on the Jones-Aldington agreement. 16.8 1972. - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1972
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16-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Anger outside Transport House as dockers learn that the strike is to be called off with a compromise settlement based on the Jones-Aldington agreement. 16.8 1972. © Martin Mayer
Docks strike 1972. Vic Turner, one of the Pentonville 5 and one of the leading shop stewards in the Royal Docks. - Martin Mayer - 14-08-1972
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14-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Vic Turner, one of the Pentonville 5 and one of the leading shop stewards in the Royal Docks. © Martin Mayer
Docks strike 1972. Vic Turner, one of the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers and a leading shop steward on the Royal Group of Docks, speaking at a mass metting at the Royals - Martin Mayer - 14-08-1972
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14-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Vic Turner, one of the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers and a leading shop steward on the Royal Group of Docks, speaking at a mass metting at the Royals © Martin Mayer
Docks strike 1972. Bernie Steer, one of the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and a leading TGWU shop steward on the Royal Group of Docks in East London. 14.8.1972. - Peter Arkell - 14-08-1972
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14-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Bernie Steer, one of the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and a leading TGWU shop steward on the Royal Group of Docks in East London. 14.8.1972. © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Bernie Steer, one of the Pentonville 5 jailed dockers, addresses a mass meeting of the Royal Group of Docks a month before his arrest. 15.6.1972. - Peter Arkell - 14-08-1972
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14-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Bernie Steer, one of the Pentonville 5 jailed dockers, addresses a mass meeting of the Royal Group of Docks a month before his arrest. 15.6.1972. © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Pickets at Neap House Wharf, near Scunthorpe, Lincs, which was being used by government to try to bypass the strike, attempt to stop the unloading of goods - Martin Mayer - 09-08-1972
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09-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Pickets at Neap House Wharf, near Scunthorpe, Lincs, which was being used by government to try to bypass the strike, attempt to stop the unloading of goods © Martin Mayer
Docks strike 1972. Pickets at Neap House Wharf, near Scunthorpe, Lincs, which was being used by government to try to bypass the strike, attempt to stop the unloading of goods - Martin Mayer - 09-08-1972
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09-08-1972 Docks strike 1972. Pickets at Neap House Wharf, near Scunthorpe, Lincs, which was being used by government to try to bypass the strike, attempt to stop the unloading of goods © Martin Mayer
Pentonville Five released from prison 1972. Docker Vic Turner and and Bernie Steer are carried aloft after being released from jail. Five dockers were imprisoned in Pentonville prison for picketing, u... - Peter Arkell - 29-07-1972
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29-07-1972 Pentonville Five released from prison 1972. Docker Vic Turner and and Bernie Steer are carried aloft after being released from jail. Five dockers were imprisoned in Pentonville prison for picketing, u... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike and a rejection of the Jack Jones-Lord Aldington comrpomise. The meeting was held the day af... - Peter Arkell - 27-07-1972
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27-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike and a rejection of the Jack Jones-Lord Aldington comrpomise. The meeting was held the day af... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike and a rejection of the Jack Jones Lord Aldington compromise. The meeting was held the day af... - Peter Arkell - 27-07-1972
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27-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike and a rejection of the Jack Jones Lord Aldington compromise. The meeting was held the day af... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike. The meeting was held the day after the Pentonville 5 were released from prison. Vic Turner,... - Peter Arkell - 27-07-1972
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27-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike. The meeting was held the day after the Pentonville 5 were released from prison. Vic Turner,... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike. The meeting was held the day after the Pentonville 5 were released from prison. Dockers tur... - Peter Arkell - 27-07-1972
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27-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Lobby of the Docks Delegates meeting at Transport House to demand a national dock strike. The meeting was held the day after the Pentonville 5 were released from prison. Dockers tur... © Peter Arkell
Teachers join the docks strike 1972. trades union members from all over the country join the growing day and night demonstration outside Pentonville jail where the Pentonville 5 dockers are held, to d... - Peter Arkell - 26-07-1972
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26-07-1972 Teachers join the docks strike 1972. trades union members from all over the country join the growing day and night demonstration outside Pentonville jail where the Pentonville 5 dockers are held, to d... © Peter Arkell
By the 4th day after the jailing of the Pentonville 5, crowds outside the jail demanding their release had swelled to many thousands, and the TUC had set the day for a 1-day general strike. Banner of... - Peter Arkell - 25-07-1972
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25-07-1972 By the 4th day after the jailing of the Pentonville 5, crowds outside the jail demanding their release had swelled to many thousands, and the TUC had set the day for a 1-day general strike. Banner of... © Peter Arkell
A huge march of trade union members behind the London docks shop stewards committee banner with its slogan Arise ye Workers, heading for Pentonville Prison where the The Pentonville 5 were being held - Peter Arkell - 25-07-1972
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25-07-1972 A huge march of trade union members behind the London docks shop stewards committee banner with its slogan Arise ye Workers, heading for Pentonville Prison where the The Pentonville 5 were being held © Peter Arkell
Docker Vic Turner awaiting arrest, Vic Turner can be seen under the R of workers in the banner. - Peter Arkell - 25-07-1972
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25-07-1972 Docker Vic Turner awaiting arrest, Vic Turner can be seen under the R of workers in the banner. © Peter Arkell
Docks Crisis 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and make their way to Pentonville jail. The national papers do not appear. In... - Peter Arkell - 23-07-1972
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23-07-1972 Docks Crisis 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and make their way to Pentonville jail. The national papers do not appear. In... © Peter Arkell
Docks Crisis 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and make their way to Pentonville jail. The national papers do not appear. In... - Peter Arkell - 23-07-1972
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23-07-1972 Docks Crisis 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers, and make their way to Pentonville jail. The national papers do not appear. In... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers. The national papers do not appear. Many of the printers join the throng at Pen... - NLA - 23-07-1972
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23-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Fleet Street print workers walk out in support of the demand to free the jailed Pentonville 5 dockers. The national papers do not appear. Many of the printers join the throng at Pen... © NLA
Dockers picketing Pentonville Jail where the Pentonville Five were imprisoned for illegal picketing and contempt of court. There were 41,000 dockers in 1972 and the threat of a general strike forced t... - Peter Arkell - 22-07-1972
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22-07-1972 Dockers picketing Pentonville Jail where the Pentonville Five were imprisoned for illegal picketing and contempt of court. There were 41,000 dockers in 1972 and the threat of a general strike forced t... © Peter Arkell
Dock strike 1972. Tony Merrick, Conny Clancy and Derek Watkins were arrested while picketing Midland Cold Store, East London for for contempt of court for picketing after the Vestey Group obtained an... - Peter Arkell - 21-07-1972
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21-07-1972 Dock strike 1972. Tony Merrick, Conny Clancy and Derek Watkins were arrested while picketing Midland Cold Store, East London for for contempt of court for picketing after the Vestey Group obtained an... © Peter Arkell
Conny Clancy being arrested while picketing Midland Cold Store, East London for for contempt of court for picketing after the Vestey Group obtained an injunction. - Peter Arkell - 21-07-1972
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21-07-1972 Conny Clancy being arrested while picketing Midland Cold Store, East London for for contempt of court for picketing after the Vestey Group obtained an injunction. © Peter Arkell
Two private detectives and their lawyer (on right) enter the new National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) to give evidence against the 5 dockers. They identified the dockers as taking part in unlawf... - Peter Arkell - 20-07-1972
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20-07-1972 Two private detectives and their lawyer (on right) enter the new National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) to give evidence against the 5 dockers. They identified the dockers as taking part in unlawf... © Peter Arkell
Docks strike 1972. Dockers picketing the Midland Cold Store, in Stratford, East London, claiming that the workers there should be registered dockers. Five dockers, the Pentonville 5, were arrested the... - Peter Arkell - 20-07-1972
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20-07-1972 Docks strike 1972. Dockers picketing the Midland Cold Store, in Stratford, East London, claiming that the workers there should be registered dockers. Five dockers, the Pentonville 5, were arrested the... © Peter Arkell
Outside the Midland Cold Store before the arrest of the Pentonville 5, two pickets with opposite messages, a docker on the left and a Cold Store worker counter-picket on the right. East London - Peter Arkell - 12-07-1972
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12-07-1972 Outside the Midland Cold Store before the arrest of the Pentonville 5, two pickets with opposite messages, a docker on the left and a Cold Store worker counter-picket on the right. East London © Peter Arkell
Docker Vic Turner - Peter Arkell - 10-07-1972
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10-07-1972 Docker Vic Turner © Peter Arkell
Vic Turner speaking to a mass meeting of dockers - Peter Arkell - 10-07-1972
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10-07-1972 Vic Turner speaking to a mass meeting of dockers © Peter Arkell
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