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National Unemployed Workers Movement

  The National Unemployed Workers’ Movement was a British organisation set up in 1921 by members of the Communist Party of Great Britain. It aimed to draw attention to the plight of unemployed workers during the post World War I slump, the 1926 General Strike and later the Great Depression, and to fight the Means Test. During the 1930’s members of this organisation paid a weekly 1d. Mr. […]