Iron and Steel Trades Confederation

Iron And Steel Trades Confederation

Iron and Steel Trades Confederation

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The Iron and Steel Trades Confederation was a British trade union for metal-workers and allied groups. It was formed on January 1, 1917 as a merger of existing steel-workers' unions.


In 1917 Minister of Labour, John Hodge passed the Trade Unions' Amalgamation Act, which simplified the process where by Trade Unions merged, amalgamated or federated.This was in response to both the difficulty of mergers under the previous legislation (requiring two-third majorities in favor in all participant unions), as well as a desire to push craft unions into general trade unions to cover entire industries

The unions that have amalgamated or transferred engagements to the ISTC and year it occurred;

The resultant union was named the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation. Both the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Iron Workers of Great Britain and the Tin and Sheet Millmens' Association balloted their members...
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