Back To Work -- And Now Too Many Dockers -- Dockers back to work at the Royal Albert Docks to-day.Forty-four Thousand dock strikers reported for duty today - but there was not work for all of them. At London; Southampton, Merseyside, Birkenhead and Hull all the men reported for work. There was a full resumption of work except at London, where a National Dock Labour Board spokesman said that there was a "surplus of labour" all over the docks. Of the 26,000 men who lied up outside the dock gates more than 2,000 found themselves without jobs when they got to the call stands. At the Royal Group about 1,050 men found themselves unemployed - about one-fifth of the pool strength. November 1, 1954. (Photo by Daily Mail Contract Pictures).

Back To Work -- And Now Too Many Dockers -- Dockers back to work at the Royal Albert Docks to-day.Forty-four Thousand dock strikers reported for duty today - but there was not work for all of them. At London; Southampton, Merseyside, Birkenhead and Hull all the men reported for work. There was a full resumption of work except at London, where a National Dock Labour Board spokesman said that there was a "surplus of labour" all over the docks. Of the 26,000 men who lied up outside the dock gates more than 2,000 found themselves without jobs when they got to the call stands. At the Royal Group about 1,050 men found themselves unemployed - about one-fifth of the pool strength. November 1, 1954. (Photo by Daily Mail Contract Pictures).
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