NEWS - DOCKS CRISIS
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Clip #: 004-65-04SD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive
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Transmission date: 04 January, 1965
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 004-65-04
Clip length: 00:05:36:00
Steward says - report from Minister of Labour contains first hint... Stock Footage Video1960-1969,Administrator,Archival,BBC Archives,Docker,Human Interest,Ideas,Meeting,People,Receiving,Send,Working OvertimePhotographer BBC Broadcast ArchiveCollection: BBC Broadcast Archive Steward says - report from Minister of Labour contains first hint that deadlock may be broken - Harry Nicholas after meeting with Gunter, says suggestion to Minister on behalf of members, dockers already 10hrs. overtime, we will advise them to do more to clear congestion in London docks - George Smith says, no administrative muddle, difficulties caused by shortage of labour & shippers' tendency to send their cargo towards end of receiving period.<br>Guid: ANB5255Y<br>Story Number: 004/65/04