RAILWAY CLERKS' ASSOCIATION
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
FORESHADOW NORWEST LONDON (as two words)
Telephone: TERMINUS 6267
Representing the Clerical, Administrative, Professional, Technical and Supervisory Employer in all Departments of the Railways and Allied Undertakings, and London Transport.
25 EUSTON ROAD
8th December, 1938
Dear Sir Walter,
I am writing to ask whether you are yet in a position to tell me anything definite about this matter. I have recently been informed (1) that the half-yearly cash statements have been duly and properly audited; (2) that the I.B.D.W.A. Committee is willing to allow any Organisation that has supported the Brigade to scrutinise the list of the families that have been or are being helped and to check receipts for the amounts paid out; and (3) that the Committee has already sent to the T.U.C. a list of members of the Brigade who are Trade Unionists, and that a further list is being supplied.
I am sorry to be so persistent, but the Executive Committee of the R.C.A. are being continually pressed.
Sir Walter Citrine, K.B.E.,
Trades Union Congress,
Smith Square, S.W.1.
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