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In 1910 the lady chain makers of Cradley Heath helped win Britain's first minimum wage

Lady Chainmakers

Led by women’s right campaigner Mary McArthur, in 1910 the women chain makers of Cradley Heath brought the world’s attention to the slave-like conditions they worked in. The dispute eventually led to the introduction of Britain’s first minimum wage.

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