The Weekly paper of the New Communist Party of Britain
Week commencing 16th September 1977

Lead story

Bread short-wages as well

Once Scanlon had gagged the engineers, there was little doubt but that the TUC would sentence Britain's workers to a 12-month no pay rise "stretch".

But you can't hold a good man down - and it's doubly difficult when, like a baker, he's stuck with £28.50 a week.

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The New Worker

It can't be done. Your paper will never see the light of day. That was the attitude of many when plans for The New Worker were first mooted.

But we have proved them wrong. Here is issue one of our paper and it will be coming out every week from now on.

The New Worker will be a paper of "balanced comment" in the true sense of that phrase.

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