Foncadas said part of the agreement between Aglo and DLTB management was the 'voluntary' lifting of the picket line
NUT Cymru's Debbie Scott said: "It was a positive atmosphere on the picket line
This last assessment is especially onerous since it requires the member to pay the union more than the member has actually taken home from crossing the picket line
Ms Williams said: "It is easy for Labour and Plaid Cymru AMs to cancel Assembly business but people will rightly expect that as a matter of principle if they refuse to cross the picket line
to work they should forgo part of their salary in proportion to the amount of time they spent not working, just like everyone else who was on strike.
A scheduled session of the National Assembly for Wales will go ahead in Cardiff, but with the majority of seats left empty as Labour and Plaid AMs refuse to cross strikers' picket lines
A woman who remembers him from the NUJ dispute over union recognition, which spanned 1989 and 1990, said: "He was constantly on the picket line
and involved in marches.
Mr Midgley said support had also been strong at other sorting offices, although a handful of workers crossed the picket line
at the Scissett office.
And his union activities took him to picket lines
in Lancashire, Nottingham and Scotland, often plotting back-road routes to avoid police blockades.
Cofa Court Benefits Office staff on the picket lines
Strikers held up banners which read: 'Here is the news - journalists are on strike' as they tried to persuade office staff, delivery workers and postmen not to cross the picket line
In defiance of that legislation, the HEU members continued to walk the picket line
for four days longer, and were poised to receive province-wide support from the Canadian Union of Public Employees plus private sector unions, such as the International Woodworkers of America.
Encouraged by the Ohrbach's workers' strike, the laid-off Klein's workers formed a picket line
and began their own strike.