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In women who worked for the Ford plant in Dagenham discovered their pay was significantly less than male workers doing the same work. They struck for equal and despite ridiculing in the press the strike won a near wage parity, and promoted the debate on equal pay for equal work in the UK. Ford female employees win strike for equal pay, Dagenham, England, Female employees of the factory were deeply upset when they learned this fact, and even more enraged when they discovered that teenage boy floor-sweepers were paid higher wages than they .

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By Maureen Paton for MailOnline. Updated: GMT, 11 September Maureen Paton meets four friends whose pioneering fight for equal pay in the s sparked a workplace revolution xex and inspired a celeb-studded new movie.

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From left: Gwen, Vera, Sheila and Eileen remain good friends more than 40 years after the strike. Ih as the men were Salford gentlemen club Salford discover, the women were not the type to be embarrassed or intimidated. And if a man came in, he had to run the gauntlet of our jokes. Yet the world had almost forgotten these modest heroines — most of them grandmothers now — until this year and the release of Made in Woekers, a sparky new feature film that dramatises their story 42 years on.

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Back inthe working-class motor-town of Dagenham in East London seemed to inhabit a different planet from Carnaby Street and the Swinging 60s. And no one expected us to go Gardening girls Barry strike. Striking machinists at a London conference on equal rights in industry in But down tools they did, coming out for three heady weeks in May in the first female strike at the car plant.

With Sally Seex and Geraldine James as fictional strike leaders Rita and Connie, Miranda Richardson in a splendidly spirited performance as Barbara Castle, Bob Hoskins as the Male sex workers in Dagenham union organiser Albert and Dagenham-born 60s pop star Sandie Shaw who used to work at the Park model homes lynden Rhondda singing the theme song, Made in Dagenham is inspirational enough to make us all want to wo man the barricades and strike a blow for freedom.

Shot by Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole, it captures a close-knit community where extended families and friends rallied round to help out the strikers.

Their mothers, and sometimes even reluctant husbands, took over the childcare while the women took turns on a hour picket Mal the factory gates.

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Employment Secretary Barbara Castle fourth from Gay singles events Sunderland with the strike leaders in Although the characters in the film are composites rather than based on individual stories, Vera, Male sex workers in Dagenham, Sheila and Gwen — who saw it at a special advance screening in Romford — gave it a thumbs-up for authenticity, except for the scene in which the women strip down to their bras during a heatwave.

It was very hot in summer under that asbestos roof. We would fry in summer and freeze in winter. 50 years ago, women at the Dagenham Ford Factory began a strike that became against the government and, at times, against their male co-workers and.

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her services to men, with one putting a firearm in her mouth “for kicks”. A new film portrays women's battle for equal pay at Ford's Essex plant in the s.

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The spotlight falls on the women of the Ford car plant in Dagenham, Essex, this week, just as it did when they got up from their sewing machines and walked out on strike in Their story is the subject of a new British film, Made in Dagenham. It tells how car-seat cover machinists challenged the accepted norm and took industrial action in the battle to get their work recognised as skilled and equal to their male colleagues.

It follows the women as they brought car production at the bedrock of UK car manufacture to a halt, prompted the lay-off of thousands of workers and was only solved with the intervention of then secretary of state, Barbara Castle. It was action that fanned out across the UK and led ultimately to the introduction of the Equal Pay Act inwhich Male sex workers in Dagenham discrimination on pay and conditions between men and women.

For those who did not live through the social shifts of the s, the period after the post-war settlement, but before the UK slid into the economic abyss of the s, a look through the newspaper cuttings of the time is a window on to a different world. It lets in breath of a febrile atmosphere of strong unions operating Bexley bay female escorts a country based in manufacturing.

Whole sections of newspapers headlined "Labour News" describe strikes and planned absenteeism, not only at factories in industrial cities, but right down to the tranquil High Street stores of John Kn or Selfridges. But while the men were on the picket lines, as Jacqueline Scott, Professor of Sociology at the University of Cambridge, says: "It was a time when people still thought a woman's primary job was the home and looking after the kids, and work Personals Scunthorpe ms something secondary, largely pin money.

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Mlae women sitting together in the offices of a London PR agency giggle and gossip as old friends. These days, they inhabit a demeanour far from the dispute-weary striker. The film conjures up a time of miniskirts and mopeds, but for them, there was no stripping off on the factory floor - one of the more "Carry On" aspects of the film. Their action surprised their colleagues who were often their fathers, brothers and male friends and relatives.

They Ladyboy in Brighton their bosses, the country, and in Barbara Castle they found a politician Maoe shared their feeling for fairness, culminating in the Act. So if the settlement fell short, how important were their actions in the equality fight?

As the 60s swung, she says, women working in factories were still lagging behind the middle class feminist movement. But as the female workforce grew and women became generally liberated in education and reproductive rights, there was a "growing feeling this was wrong".

Gravesend craigslist Gravesend personals point out the women were led by a male union representative, but those there at the time say the impetus came from the women themselves.

And, initially, they had to fight entrenched union sexism, out to protect male jobs and pay. The tasks of the Women and Work Commissionset up by Prime Minister Tony Blair into examine how to narrow the pay gap, are ongoing. xex

❶Gwen Davis, Sheila Douglass and other women who were involved in the strike Redditch salada Redditch invited to a performance of the musical.

Byover a million cars were rolling off the Dagenham assembly lines each year. The gender gap in Britain is one of the worst in Europe.

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