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Holidays

Holidays

In return. the New York Shipping Assoc ation guaranteed 1.600 hours of work annually . This meant the men would receive at the very least £2,000 a year. But with overtime it would be much more. Hourly rates stepped up by ie. Bd..
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Union up Dr leaders hold Beaching

Union up Dr leaders hold Beaching

By BRIAN MORTON-SMITH ItA I L union leaders new stations. When the caused a setback idea was cold-shouldered, yesterday to Dr. Richard Board officials gave way, and are billeved to have Beeching's plans to boost suggested giving drivers the efficiency of British and footplatemen
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WORK 80 HOURS FOR

WORK 80 HOURS FOR

change. He r 17-year-old sister Sue. who was also listening. said last night that she, too. would be leaving. Janet said at home in White Lion - road. Amersham: "If you plug in Aylesbury and dial a number you are connected with a tele-disc service at Hull." Mr. I. W. McCall. hea
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NUM Tram*, hasery 12, 1965 PAGE 7

NUM Tram*, hasery 12, 1965 PAGE 7

NUM Tram*, 12, 1965 PAGE 7 - 1.4 E YOUR LOAF USE YOUR LOAF USE YOUR LOAF r-0
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MRS. MARY WILSON has time on her hands. This surprises me. I should have thought her life would be too

MRS. MARY WILSON has time on her hands. This surprises me. I should have thought her life would be too

hectic. Next month Mrs. Wilson will be speaking to Labour women workers at London's Battersea Town Hall on the subject of her personal role in politics. I understand she feels she would like to do something to help both Britain's export drive and old people. Her secretary at No.
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VERRIER 'CORPSE'

VERRIER 'CORPSE'

By GIORGI CLINTON CAR dealer Ronald Perrier, 33, last night began a seven-year jail sentence . . . with plenty of time to reflect that he MIGHT have got away with a £150,000 insurance swindle if he had picked a better " corpse." The man he chose for the " corpse " role. Edward A
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Five will fight in Leyton poll WHERE will be FIVE -I- candidates in the byelection at Leyton. Essex. it was

Five will fight in Leyton poll WHERE will be FIVE -I- candidates in the byelection at Leyton. Essex. it was

revealed yesterday when nominations closed. They are Foreign Secretary Patrick Gordon Walker, Ronald Buxton (Tory). Alastair Mackay (Liberal). George Delf (Disarmament candidate). and Jeremiah Lynch (L 7 K and Dominion Party). The by-election is caused by the elevation to the pe
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, January 12, 1965 PAGE 9

DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, January 12, 1965 PAGE 9

January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Success

Success

Three and a half years later he had got the total down to nine. And the GC E success rate has increased sixfold. Parents and teachers of children at Risinghill are to hold a meeting on Thursday to protest against the proposed closure . Pupils at the school rallied to Mr. Duane's
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England