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NUPE Journal, 1963

Cover of the National Union of Public Employees' Journal, 1963. NUPE (now part of UNISON) organised many of Britain's ambulance drivers (depicted here as floating heads).

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Modern Records Centre / UNISON, the public services union

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    1. Hi and thanks for your comment — we will be coming back to COHSE (in fact, you’ll probably find material from and about them elsewhere on the website already). We completely agree that it was one of the key actors in the health sector — and as it happens, COHSE and its members also produced and/or starred in some amazing campaigning images. Do tell us more about COHSE: were you a member? An activist? Did any of their campaigns affect you directly or indirectly?

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