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Royal Commission on Equal Pay 1944-46

In 1946, the Royal Commission on Equal Pay concluded tentatively that women in teaching and certain grades of the civil service might benefit from equal pay. Even these very limited proposals were rejected as inflationary by the Labour Government. Three women [including Anne Loughlin] on the Commission thought equal pay should be extended to women in industry and produced a minority report.

Title Royal Commission on Equal Pay 1944-46
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Production Date 1944-1946
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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