Some circulated material, 1974.
Federation of Independent Trade Unions
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions was formed in 1973 as the Federation of Registered Trade Unions, changing name in May 1974. It aimed to represent trade unions outside the Trades Union Congress but was not in itself opposed to the Trades Union Congress. The driving force behind its formation was the Union of Sales, Technical Representatives and Agents and its General Secretary, Jack Ogden.
Conditions Governing Access
The archive has been catalogued to fonds level only. This description is available on-line and in the Centre's searchroom. An authority file exists for the Federation of Independent Trade Unions (GB 152 AAR1367).
On-going circulated material was first given to the Centre in June 1974.