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Artist or CreatorNicholas Garland
Title or Caption"We have got to accept that workpeople have a veto which they are increasingly ready to
exercise - (sob)!"
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Published byDaily Telegraph
Date07 Nov 1969
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptFreeze Incomes Policy In Place of Strife
Person DepictedCastle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn
Implied textJanuary 1969: In Place of Strife, a white paper written by Barbara Castle, which
proposed a cooling-off period before strikes could take place. Workers who ignored the
cooling-off period and stayed out on strike were liable to prosecution, fines and
imprisonment.
NotesNews: 3 November: Home Office completes
report on murder statistics during abolition of capital punishment experiment (The Times
Page 2 col a) News: 6 November: Capital punishment: Home Office report on murder statistics
(The Times Page 1 col d)
SubjectsSpeeches
dustbins
Labour Party
Labour Party policy
Secretary of State for Employment and Productivity
strikes
income
Politics
policy
government policy
pay freezes
tears
employees
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
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