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Drivers want anti-Bill strike

15th March 1968, Page 38
15th March 1968
Page 38
Page 38, 15th March 1968 — Drivers want anti-Bill strike
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• Three hundred transport workers in the North Staffs action group called this week for a one-day strike in protest against the Transport Bill. The chairman, Mr. E. Child, employed by • Beresford Transport Ltd., Stoke on • Trent. said: "The only language the • Minister appears to understand is mill • tent action; we therefore call upon all • _ those prepared to fight to stand up and • be counted, and let us once and for all • show the politicians that the days of • • political bulldozing are over".

• The group realizes that this course of • action has been condemned by transport • associations and political parties on the • grounds that public sympathy may be • lost, but the group has limited the strike • to one day so that customer relations • will not be adversely affected and the • • • loss of pay will not embarrass the men. • • • 000000000 • ••• • •• • •• *****


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