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  1. Getting Knowledge First Hand!

    Date released
    27 Oct 1927
    Series name
    Pathe Gazette
    Issue no
    1445; Super Issue No.: 27/86
    NoS ID
    086357
    Story no
    6 / 8
    Extras
    1 film clip

    The Home Secretary - in charge of new "Factories Bill" - makes three-day tour of Lancashire factories, studying working conditions.

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  2. European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (1995 Video)

    Subject
    Politics & government
    Distribution
    Free loan, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 18 min.

    The European Foundation was the result of joint deliberations between the social partners, national governments and Community institutions on the ways and means of solving the ever-growing problems...

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  3. House of Commons staff on working conditions (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Two House of Commons secretaries, Caroline Cawston and Jeanne Griffen-Smith, on working conditions and a lack of job security for MPs’ staff. Male interviewer not identified. Debate in the House has been...

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  4. Historical Timeline

    Date
    30 May 2019, 11:11
    Author
    BUFVC-user43468
    Post Type
    Page

    Explore the history of women in British film and television production with our interactive timeline. [timeline_multiple title="ACT/T Timeline"] 1927 Cinematograph Films Act The Cinematograph Films Act...

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  5. Officers leaving Police Force due to poor working conditions (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Chairman of the Police Federation, Jim Jardine comments on the high number of police officers leaving the Force. He blames this on poor rates of pay, and poor working conditions. The problem with people...

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  6. ITV pay dispute (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    ACTT trade union spokesman threatens industrial action after rejecting ITV offers for a pay and working conditions settlement. Male speaker and interviewer not identified.

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  7. Junior doctors working conditions (1991)

    Genre
    Interview

    Junior doctor and part-time comedian Phil Hammond is contesting Bristol West constituency against Health Secretary William Waldegrave in protest over doctors’ working conditions. He tells Rebecca Broxton...

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  8. Ken Thomas on despondency in the civil service (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    CPSA General Secretary Ken Thomas claims morale is low in the civil service at the moment, due to pay and working conditions. The career of a civil servant used to be a safe one, but that has changed.

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  9. Workers strike at Claridge’s Hotel (1978)

    Genre
    Vox pop

    Striking members of staff at Claridge’s, London, on their dissatisfaction with working conditions at the hotel, and Mayfair residents’ support for their cause. Female interviewer not identified.

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  10. Barbara Castle on MEP strike (1981)

    Genre
    Interview

    Leader of the Labour MEPs, Barbara Castle explains why Euro MPs felt they had to go on strike to protest against working conditions. Male interviewer not identified.

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