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The story of the 1920s dead cat striker

by | 26th, June 2016

In the 1920s, staff at the Anchor Brewery, the home of , in Norwich, Norfolk, went on strike. When a dead cat was found in a vessel of beer and a worker blamed for the mishap and sacked, the staff walked out.


Bullards dead cat strike


Victor Crowe, 90, whose father can be seen in the photo above  – that’s him in the flat cap with the patch over one

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