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  1. Court sequestrates SOGAT 82 funds (1986)

    Genre
    News report

    Tim Knight reports on the court decision to sequestrate SOGAT 82 funds over the union’s refusal to obey a court order instructing it to stop blacking Wapping newspapers in the News International...

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  2. Brenda Dean on SOGAT 82 funds sequestration (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Brenda Dean, General Secretary of SOGAT 82, on the union’s funds having been sequestrated due to its refusal to stop blacking papers at Wapping during the News International printers’ strike. On the...

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  3. Sequestration of SOGAT 82 funds (1986)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Mark Mardell reports on the High Court’s order that SOGAT 82 funds be sequestrated until the union withdraws its order to wholesalers not to touch the Sun and the Times newspapers.The National Graphical...

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  4. Police on violence at Wapping (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Deputy Assistant Commissioner Wyn Jones on a night of violence at Wapping, where News International printers are striking. He defends the use of horses and riot officers and says it was not NGA and SOGAT...

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  5. Brenda Dean on union action (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    General Secretary of SOGAT 82, Brenda Dean says she does not regard the victory (not specified) as a hollow one. If the electricians decide to continue, it will be bad for the movement, but theirs is a...

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  6. Provocation by News International, says union leader (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Unidentified male speaker (poss. Tony Dubbins of the National Graphical Association) on high levels of provocation within News International during the present dispute. He says (Sunday Times?) staff being...

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  7. Handling of printers’ dispute a conspiracy (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Unidentified male speaker (poss. a printers’ representative) denies that many of the sacked printers have jobs to go to, as Rupert Murdoch says. He also says he feels sorry for the electricians who have...

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  8. Boycott of Murdoch newspapers urged (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Strong condemnation of Eric Hammond (Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunications and Plumbing Union) by an unidentified male union representative. He expresses satisfaction with the anti-Hammond...

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  9. Printworkers vote for industrial action (1986)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Mark Mardell reports on the implications of the SOGAT 82 and National Graphical Association’s Yes vote on industrial action in the printworkers’ dispute at News International in Wapping. With...

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  10. EETPU threat (1988)

    Genre
    News report; Press conference

    Report by Rodney Bennett on decision by the TUC to demand the electricians union (EETPU) end some of it’s no-strike deals within two weeks or be suspended from congress. Interview with EETPU General...

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