Some articles on labour leaders:
... onwards, Morley resisted the pressure from labour leaders in Newcastle to support a maximum working day of eight hours enforced by law ... any eight hours bill—rare among politicians—brought him the hostility of labour leaders ... In September 1891 two mass meetings saw labour leaders such as John Burns, Keir Hardie and Robert Blatchford all called for action against Morley ...
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