Ref No19081
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Artist or CreatorMichael Cummings
Title or Caption"In deciding that, after all, Miss Trade Union is 'World's Loveliest Girl,' I assure you I'm a totally impartial judge!"
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Express
Date25 Nov 1970
Embedded text or transcriptMiss Trade Union
Miss Union Reform
Given First Prize by Mr. Wilson in 1969
Person DepictedFeather; Vic
Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)
NotesNews; 25 November: Julia Morley quit as chief executive of Mecca Promotions, who run the Miss World contest, after a storm over the contest's winner. Jennifer Holden represented the Caribbean island of Grenada. One of the Miss World judges, who were all chosen by Mrs Morley, was Grenada's Prime Minister, Mr Eric Gairy. News: 24 November: The Shadow Cabinet tabled an amendment explaining the stand that the Labour Party would take towards Mr Carr's Industrial Relations Bill. It recognised the need for constructive steps to be taken to improve industrial relations and then went on to condemn proposals in the consultative document "which are motivated by hostility to the trade union movement". The proposals were described as depriving the trade unions of their basic rights and of reversing the growing trend towards industrial democracy. ... [The Times]
SubjectsIndustrial Relations Act
Industrial Relations
Trades unions
beauty queens
Labour Party policy
Labour Party
Miss World beauty contest
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