Liverpool Dockers Strike In 1970

FLASHBAK to 18/07/1970: A general view of the mass meeting of Liverpool dockers at the pier-head.

The Press Association reported:

Three of Britain’s biggest docks were at a standstill and in a confused situation on Merseyside only 953 men out of a possible workforce of 7,000 were working on three ships after a decision by a mass meeting to return to work in the following 24 hours.


Politics - Strikes - National Dockworkers Strike - Liverpool Politics - Strikes - National Dockworkers Strike - Liverpool

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