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Artist or CreatorDavid Langdon
Title or Caption"It wasn't the fish shortage put the kybosh on it - it was the newspaper strike..." / "I insist on the Official Solicitor - he seems a lively sort of bloke..." / "Pity. With a bra on she might have qualified for Munich..." / "And remember to let me out by the side door..."
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Published bySunday Mirror
Date30 Jul 1972
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptFish'n Chips
Premises For Sale
Psychiatry
Person DepictedNixon; Richard M. (Richard Milhous), (1913-1994)
NotesNews: 28 Jul: An official national dock strike over the containers dispute started. However a call for a one-day general strike on Monday was dropped by the TUC because of the release of the five dockers sent to prison for contempt of an order by the National Industrial Relations Court. Mr Bernard Steer and Mr Victor Turner, two of the five dockers jailed, said on Panorama that they would not stop their industrial actions. Mr Norman Turner, the Official Solicitor, set in motion the legal machinery which se the dockers free.
News: 28 Jul: The publication of national and local newspapers was threatened by two printing unions to call out their members on a one-day token strike in protest at the Industrial Relations Act.
Subjectsstrikes
fish and chips
newspapers
Solicitor-General
police stations
Police
Olympics
bras
running
women
Presidents USA
psychiatry
psychiatrists' couches
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