Willisden, London. 1977<br />
The police line, holding back demonstrators as they try to break through shouting at the ‘scabs’, those workers who refused to join the strike.  Everyday non-strikers were bussed into the factory owned by George Ward an Anglo Indian businessman. There were two shifts, the first around seven o’clock and the second a couple of hours later.
POLICE WOMEN PICKET LINE DUTY GRUNWICK STRIKE LONDON UK 1970S
Willisden, London. 1977
The police line, holding back demonstrators as they try to break through shouting at the ‘scabs’, those workers who refused to join the strike. Everyday non-strikers were bussed into the factory owned by George Ward an Anglo Indian businessman. There were two shifts, the first around seven o’clock and the second a couple of hours later.

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Date: 16 Feb 2010
Location: London UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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