(Untitled), 20 Nov 1926 - 22 Nov 1926
Scope and Contents
Typescript copy of a letter from Arthur Cook, Secretary of the Federation, to the Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin, on the final decision of the Miners' Federation on the coal dispute, informing Baldwin that the miners had voted to reject the Government's terms for a settlement, by 460,806 votes to 313,200. Cook forwards the resolution passed by the Federation Conference recommending all districts to immediately open negotiations with the local mine owners with a view to finding an agreement, although no final settlements should be agreed until a further National Conference had received reports of all negotiations. Also includes a copy of a letter from [Charles] Patrick Duff, Private Secretary to Baldwin, to Cook, acknowledging Cook's letter.
- 20 Nov 1926 - 22 Nov 1926
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright: Copyright: not known
Language of Materials