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Artist or CreatorMichael Cummings
Title or Caption"Gentlemen! There's been a nasty outbreak of subversion during the rail dispute - Mr. Barber claimed he and Mr. Heath were running the country, and Jenkins defected to the enemy
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Express
Date17 Apr 1972
Embedded text or transcriptHis Majesty King Victor Feather 1
H. Scanlon - Prime Minister
J. Jones - Home Secretary
J. Gormley - Exchequer
Sir Sid Greene - Transport
Person DepictedFeather; Vic
Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)
Scanlon; Hugh
Jones; Jack (1913-)
Gormley; Joe (1917-1993); Baron
Greene; Sidney (1910-2004); Baron Greene of Harrow Weald
NotesNews: 15 Apr: The three main rail unions refused to be swayed by pleas to take their pay dispute to arbitration. The work-to-rule and overtime ban were planned to start on Monday. Union Leaders and the Labour Party condemned the speech by Mr Barber, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in which he accused "sectional groups" of trying to blackmail the nation.
SubjectsConservative Party policy
Conservative Party
prime ministers
Labour Party
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