London Gazette

 

Trade Unionists Take Fight For Jobs To Latitude Festival

July 15, 1885 ·

Demonstration gets support from Occupy Latitude

 

Jack Ludd, Trade Union Journalist addresses rally

 

Crowds at rally, listening to Trade Unionists

 

Extra! Extra!!!
We will be publishing a special report on the strike and the new Department for the Advancement of Sciences Roadshow.

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Chaos at Science Show!

Attempts by Her Majesty's Department for the Advancement of Sciences to stage a roadshow showcasing its work on the Clockwork Project were thwarted by a Trade Unionis demonstration at the Latitude Festival, last week. Members of the Union for the…
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Union For The Casual Labourer Publishes Manifesto

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Letter from the Editor

It has been years since the onset of the Dark Winter, and Victorian society is finally getting to grips with living in smoke. A lifetime of burning fuels to power the big mechanical machines, coupled with diverse weather conditions created…
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Reader's Letter: The Fightback Begins

Indeed we live in truly interesting times: in a hitherto inconceivable intellectual coup we, former competitors, have rallied to clear the skies. Between our organisations we have simplified respirator manufacture, perfected exhaust filter technology and made promising progress in finding…
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Chan Ranbir: "There's Nothing To Fear!"

Development of  the Clockwork Project will now move at a slower pace, according to Chan Ranbir, Head of Development, at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences. This was his first appearance since the government department closed its London offices…
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NATION SPLIT OVER ARTIFICIAL ADAM

Tension is mounting as the date draws ever nearer to May the 6th when, at a grand exhibition in the nation's capital, the Department for the Advancement of Sciences will be unveiling a 'mechanical man'. Will this artificial ’Adam’ delight…
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