Disabled protest

October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/8/2004, Issue 5409, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of blind and disabled workers to protest the opening of the Scottish parliament over plans to make large scale redundancies at furniture company Blindcraft's factory in Edinburgh, Scotland. Financial status of the company; Reasons behind the plan of the workers.


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