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Early attempts to reform the casual system of employment
The interwar years
Towards the Dock Labour Scheme
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1947 Dock Labour accepted action agreement Allen argued attempt breakaway casual employment casual system claim concerned conflict Deakin Delegate Conference disciplinary discussion dispute Dockers union elections Ernest Bevin established example Executive Council factors Forster inquiry Glasgow branch Glasgow dockers Government Grangemouth guaranteed HMSO Ibid important Industrial Relations Inquiry introduced issue James Sexton joint control Labour Board Labour Scheme Lipset Liverpool London Maclean Committee major Merseyside Michels Ministry of Labour moves National Amalgamated Stevedores National Dock Labour National Joint Council National Transport Workers national union noted oligarchy operation opposition organisation overtime particular Port Labour port transport industry position problems proposals provisions rank and file recognised registration and maintenance registration schemes representative democracy representatives result Secretary simply Stevedores and Dockers Stevedores union system of employment trade unions Transport Workers unemployment insurance Union Democracy Union General Executive union leaders union members union officials union policy unofficial movements wage Webbs