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Dock Strike, Glasgow

Volume 437: debated on Monday 5 May 1947

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asked the Minister of Transport how many vessels are awaiting discharge in Glasgow; how many are ocean-going vessels; and how much food-carrying capacity has been lost through the, strike in the Clyde.

The strike of dock workers at Glasgow is now over and work has been resumed on all ships with the exception of two ocean-going vessels and one coaster, on which work is expected to start shortly. The net loss of ships' time during the strike amounted to over boo ship days.