The Grunwick Dispute: 40 years on

 

The Grunwick dispute changed the rules of the game.

It changed the way that the unions thought about race, about their own core values, and about the best way to organise among the new immigrant communities coming to Britain in the 1970s. It fundamentally challenged the way unions viewed the law and it raised big questions about the Labour Movement’s will to win.

John Callow, on LW blog – full article here

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