EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE GENERAL COUNCIL, 22ND JULY 1936.
Message to Spain.
Mr. Bromley suggested sending a message of encouragement to the Government in Spain. It was explained that the Special Conference on Unemployment Regulations, held on the 20th July, had already sent a message to Spain. The National Council of Labour had decided that as soon as the Spanish Government were successful, a message of congratulation would be sent to the Trade Union and Socialist comrades.
Further discussion took place, and
IT WAS AGREED that a telegram of congratulation should be sent to the Spanish Trade Unionists and Socialists when it was considered to be the right moment by the two National Secretaries.
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