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South Wales Miners" Federation Annual Conference, Cardiff, April 1944

Arthur Lewis Horner

South Wales Miners" Federation Annual Conference, Cardiff, April 1944

address by Arthur L. Horner.

by Arthur Lewis Horner

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Published by [s.n.] in [U.K.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSouth Wales Miners" Federation. Conference
The Physical Object
Pagination24p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18530401M

Already, the South Wales miners, meeting in conference this week, have unanimously demanded the annulment of the Order. I shall probably be told by some hon. Members in the course of the Debate that, after all, the Minister of Labour had all these powers already before he made this Order. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

South Wales Coalfield. Like Teversal, this was the backdrop to taking the closure through the official Review Procedure. Emlyn Williams, South Wales NUMPresident, made an emotional plea to save Deep Duffryn at the NUM Annual Conference. However, prior to any constitutional steps being taken byFile Size: 26MB.   As part of the Army's Diversity Action Team he was responsible for raising the profile of the army after it was labelled institutionally racist in the mids. Later, working with South Wales Police for 10 years, Steve was a committee member of the Black Police Association and sat on the force's independent ethics committee.

Thousands of people flocked to Communist-initiated pageants in London, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and—sponsored by the South Wales Miners Federation and the LRD—across south Wales which celebrated working class and progressive history, . Receiving its Royal Charter in , Churchill College, is the national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. It is the embodiment of his vision of how higher education can benefit society in the modern age. An academic community devoted to excellence in learning, scholarship and research it regularly ranks amongst the top Cambridge colleges in exam results and with 29 Nobel.


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South Wales Miners" Federation Annual Conference, Cardiff, April 1944 by Arthur Lewis Horner Download PDF EPUB FB2

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is a trade union for coal miners in Great Britain, formed in from the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB). The NUM took part in three national miners' strikes, inand –After the –85 strike and the subsequent closure of most of Britain's coal mines, it became a much smaller ation: TUC, Labour, NSSN.

William ‘Mabon’ Abraham M.P. and first president of the South Wales Miners’ Federation commenced mining as an underground ‘door boy’. In he was elected a miners’ agent. From to the South Wales miners did not work on the first Monday of each month, a scheme to limit output in order to maintain wages, it also gave.

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First, in the South Wales Miners' Federation, founded inthe region possessed a powerful trade union that was often in the vanguard of miners' trade unionism, and indeed the broader British labour movement as a whole, for much of the twentieth century.

21 Membership passedwithin a year of its inception, making it the largest Cited by: 5. Monthly Report of the Rhondda No.1 District of the South Wales Miners’ South Wales Miners Federation Annual Conference, 18 Augustpp. 4–9. South Wales Miners’ Federation (hereafter SWMF), Minutes of the Annual Conference, 18–20 March Monmouth Guardian, 5 Novemberp.

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Cardiff (Caerdydd) is the capital of, and largest city in, Wales, and the eleventh-largest city in the United Kingdom. relations. First, in the South Wales Miners ’ Federation, founded inthe region possessed a powerful trade union that was often in the vanguard of miners ’ trade unionism, and indeed the broader.

KEYWORDS: disability, artificial limbs, labour movement, mutualism, south Wales. In MarchVernon Hartshorn, miners’ agent of the Maesteg District of the South Wales Miners’ Federation and Member of Parliament for the Ogmore constituency in Glamorgan, appeared before Justice Sankey’s Coal Industry Commission.

President (South Wales Area). Correspondence sent to Emlyn Williams, President NUM (South Wales Area).

Includes protection of earnings and five day week. MNC/NUM/2/7/6: President (South Wales Area). Correspondence to and from. John Thomas provided Mark Starr with a favourable testimonial when in he applied for a scholarship from the Rhondda No.

I District of the South Wales Miners' Federation to the Central Labour College (CLC) in London. Starr gained the scholarship after submitting an essay on the Osborne judgment.

This free course, Welsh history and its sources, is a teaching and learning resource for anyone interested in Welsh history. It contains study materials, links to some of the most important. ↑ Ben Curtis, "A Tradition of Radicalism: The Politics of the South Wales Miners, ," Labour History Review () 76#1 pp ↑ BBC Coal mine closes with celebration 25 January ↑ William Alan McCutcheon ().

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Davies, Joseph (ed) The South Wales coal annual for The complete book is accessible on the Internet Archive site - click on Texts and search on Cardiff ; Davies, Walter (Rev). A General View of Agriculture and Economy of North /South Wales. Two separate books published in and Evans, Elwyn.

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