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Grunwick factory dispute - Maurice Jones arrest

Title
Grunwick factory dispute - Maurice Jones arrest
Genre
Interview
TX Date
Unknown
Year of production
1977
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Duration
00:05:03
Description
Chris Finnerty, APEX spokesman on his meeting with Maurice Jones, editor of Yorkshire Miner, who was arrested and alleged police threats at Wembley Police Station in a letter to Arthur Scargill, after picketing at the Grunwick factory. Maurice Jones is now seeking political asylum in East Germany. The spokesman is hoping for a Home Office inquiry into the allegations. Interviewer not identified (poss. Paul Woodley).
Contributors
Paul Woodley?; Chris Finnerty
Keywords
Trade unions; Strikes; Labour disputes; Police; Arthur Scargill; Asylum; Grunwick; APEX; Maurice Jones; Industrial plants; Arrests; German DR; Police stations; Wembley; Strikes (events); Grunwick Strike (1976-1978)

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