Grunwick

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Grunwick Dispute - Political Involvement
... Denis Howell and Fred Mulley, joined the picket line at Grunwick on 19 May 1977 at the time the picket was "relatively small and peaceful" ... "I bet she rued the day she turned up on the Grunwick picket line" ... Postmen who refused to deliver Grunwick's mail were suspended, disrupting postal service in the area, and the Attorney General refused to initiate any action ...
Grunwick Dispute - Mass-pickets
... unionists and supporters from across London tried to stop non-striking Grunwick workers from entering the workplace ... from other parts of London starting to attend at and support the picket lines and the Grunwick management and the police had responded by preventing pickets ... prevent buses carrying non-striking workers entering the Grunwick premises and a mass-picket and demonstration was called for 22 June 1977 ...
Grunwick Dispute - Strike - Definition of "worker"
... opinions of workers to whom the issue relates", but Grunwick, backed by NAFF, disputed that the strikers should be included, on the grounds that they had been dismissed and so were no ... John Stacey, Grunwick's personnel manager, said "The truth is that we do not care what their opinions are." In the meantime, the company awarded a 15 ... In response, UPW said it would consider resuming its boycott of Grunwick if the firm would not cooperate with ACAS ...
John Gouriet - Grunwick
... Gouriet began considering whether to intervene in the Grunwick dispute in which a branch of the Post Office Workers Union had "blacked" mail to a photographic laboratory at which. 25 volunteers who loaded about 100,000 processed films from Grunwick on to two articulated lorries, and drove them to a depot north of London ... In this way the Grunwick mail was delivered despite identifiable packaging, and what was called "Operation Pony Express" was judged a success ...