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20 January 2016

1986 Wapping strike - Defeat of the print unions

Workers' struggle undermined by bankrupt union leadership: Although it was a battle fought a generation ago, its lessons are just as relevant for our movement today

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Sacked printworkers at the Wapping picket line , photo by Dave Sinclair

Sacked printworkers at the Wapping picket line , photo by Dave Sinclair

13 July 2011

Nothing New in the World at Wapping

The police working for News of the World... phones hacked... what's new? The printers and their trade union supporters who fought Murdoch back in 1986 believed the police worked directly for News International...

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