Miners" Federation of Great Britain

A.J. Cook, Secretary, April 1924.
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The Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB) was established after a meeting of local mining trade unions in Newport, Wales in The federation was formed to represent and co-ordinate the affairs of local and regional miners' unions in England, Scotland Affiliation: MIF, TUC.

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[Robert Page Arnot]. The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is a trade union for coal miners in Great Britain, formed in from the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB). The NUM took part in three national miners' strikes, inand –After the –85 strike and the subsequent closure of most of Britain's coal mines, it became a much smaller union.

A History of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain from Read more. Product details. Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Allen& Unwin; First Edition edition () ASIN: BCIHD8; Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds; Customer Reviews: Be the first to Author: Arnot R Page.

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by Miners' Federation of Great Britain. 1 edition - first published in Not in Library President's address, schedules, minutes of proceedings, etc., also schedules and minutes of evidence of Mining Association of Great Britain of a Court of Inquiry held at the Institute of Civil Engineers, Westminster, re the wages position in the.

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Published: () South Wales miners. History. The union was founded in It initially had seven affiliates, including the North Stafford Miners' Association, the Old Hill and Highley District Miners, Enginemen and Surfacemen's Association, the Pelsall District Miners, the Shropshire Miners' Association, and the West Bromwich District Miners.

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It affiliated to the Miners' Federation of Great Britain. Inthe Association was a founder member of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain.

[3] Inat the height of the General Strike, General Secretary George Alfred Spencer on behalf of the Nottinghamshire Miners Association, negotiated a deal with the local mine owners at the request of miners from the Digby pit near Eastwood.

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Such national developments are then studied within their diverse regional contexts through a series. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Coal Mines Minimum Wage Act, by Miners' Federation of Great Britain.; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Coal mines and mining, Great Britain, Law and legislation; Places: Great Britain.

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The Miners Federation of Great Britain (MFGB) formed in and subsequently became the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in and is still a functioning organisation today. The closure of Kellingley Colliery inthe last major deep mine in the UK, brought to an end deep coal mining on an industrial scale in the UK.

The miners: a history of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, by: Arnot, Robert Page, The Lanarkshire miners: a social history of their trade unions, / by: Campbell, Alan B. Published: (). During the last week in July th, e largest industrial dispute Britain had hitherto experienced1 was initiated when overminers in the Federated District2 stopped work.

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The Yorkshire miners played an important part in the lockout which was the first major trial of strength which the Miners' Federation of Great Britain had to face. The Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB) strongly favored statutory regulations, and miners' delegates from the North of England argued that working hours were not a matter for the state but for the unions and that self-help was much to be preferred to state-help.

The Continental unionists, whose organizations were much too weak to. The Miners: Years of Struggle. A History of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (from onwards).

£ ($). hours in May ,6 but rather the miners struck in support of the policies of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, to which they had been affiliated since its inception in Despite the fact that the LMA had achieved a high level of unionisa-tion in the coalfield, its financial position at.

This collection of specially commissioned essays by leading authorities on miners' history seeks to build on such individual contributions by first examining the politics of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, the unique influences of syndicalism and communism within some of its constituent areas, and the uneven pace of the Labour Party's.

Miners Federation of Great Britain. Prior to the post-WW2 nationalisation of the mining industry, and the creation of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) inthe mining unions were organised into the Miners Federation of Great Britain (MFGB).By the mids, a pattern of factionalism had developed within the Miners' Federation of Great Britain which would characterize the union for many years.

The Right included most District Officials who emphasized a realistic defence of miners' interests backed by thorough expression of loyalty to the Labour Party. The character of the Left was sharpened by the formation of the Miners.The Miners' Federation of Great Britain planned a co-ordinated response with its allies in the Triple Alliance on Friday the 15th.

Following some confusion over what terms the Miners' Union would be prepared to accept, the transport workers' and railwaymen's unions decided not to call their members on strike in sympathy with the miners.