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Walter Citrine in United Kingdom

Walter Citrine History

General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in 1926. Played an important role in establishing TUC influence over the Labour Party. Opposed plans by the Labour Government in 1931 to cut unemployment benefits. Citrine fully supported Clement Attlee and the 1945 Labour Government’s policy of nationalisation.

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