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Artist or CreatorNicholas Garland
Title or Caption[no caption]
Extent1 item
Published bySunday Telegraph
Date13 Jan 1980
FormatArtwork
Size37.25 x 54.5cm
Techniqueblack ink
Embedded text or transcriptSteel Strike
Bill Sirs
RAINBOW. The old legend is that if one reaches the spot where a rainbow touches the earth and digs there one will be sure to find a pot of gold, hence visionaries, wool-gatherers, day-dreamers etc., are sometimes called RAINBOW CHASERS because of their habit of hoping for impossible things. (Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable)
Person DepictedMurray; Len (1922-2004)
Sirs; William
NotesImage 1: See 33786 for published cartoon 66 / 8 1/4" / ST Leader Page / Caption NOT to be included / Not in scrapbook News: Steel unions harden line as Acas talks falter - Attempts to find a basis for re-opening negotiations in the national steel strike met with little success as attitudes of the striking unions hardened. The Advisory and Conciliation and Arbitration Service, at separate meetings, heard the views of the General and Municipal Workers Union GMWU and the Transport and General Workers Union TGWU. While the meetings were taking place in London William Sirs, General Secretary of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation said in Middlesborough that he thought the steel workers would be striking for at least another month. Although the men had been prepared to accept about 13 per cent "now thy are talking about 20 per cent". [The Times 13/1/80]
Image 2: See NG1988 for original artwork and cataloguing
SubjectsBritish Steel Corporation
strikes
industrial production
TUC
pay disputes
spades
rainbows
Hand tools
Natural phenomena
Trades unions
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
Location of artworkBritish Cartoon Archive
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