Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association

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The Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association was a trade union, principally representing iron ore miners in the Cumberland area of North West England.wikipedia
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Cumberland Miners' Association

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This affiliated to the Cumberland Miners' Association, from which Andrew Sharp frequently spoke in its support.
* Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association

GMB (trade union)

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The Blastfurnacemen continued to try to interest the union in a merger, but in 1929, against their protests, the Iron Ore Miners voted 2,005 to 216 to merged into the National Union of General and Municipal Workers.

Thomas Gavan-Duffy

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In place of Flynn, the union appointed Thomas Gavan Duffy as its general secretary.
For 23 years he was general secretary of the Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' Association.

Trade union

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The Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association was a trade union, principally representing iron ore miners in the Cumberland area of North West England.

Cumberland

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The Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association was a trade union, principally representing iron ore miners in the Cumberland area of North West England.

North West England

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The Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association was a trade union, principally representing iron ore miners in the Cumberland area of North West England.

Andrew Sharp (trade unionist)

Andrew Sharp
This affiliated to the Cumberland Miners' Association, from which Andrew Sharp frequently spoke in its support.

Dalton, Cumbria

Dalton
Despite this, it was unable to successfully organise miners outside Dalton, leaving the field open for the National Association of Blastfurnacemen.

Typographical Association

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It worked with the Cumberland Miners, the Cumberland County Colliery Enginemen's Association, local branches of the Blastfurnacemen and also some branches of the Typographical Association in the Cumberland and North Lancashire Federation.

Cleator Moor

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Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Egremont, Cumbria

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Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Frizington

Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Kirkland, Copeland

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Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Moor Row

Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Rowrah

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Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Whitehaven

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Over time, the union settled on a structure of seven branches, in Cleator Moor, Egremont, Frizington, Kirkland, Moor Row, Rowrah, and Whitehaven, and by 1907 membership had grown to 2,500.

Independent Labour Party

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Gavan Duffy was a member of the Independent Labour Party who had recently been on a speaking tour of Cumberland.

1918 United Kingdom general election

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At the 1918 UK general election, it sponsored Gavan Duffy as a Labour Party candidate in Whitehaven.

Labour Party (UK)

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At the 1918 UK general election, it sponsored Gavan Duffy as a Labour Party candidate in Whitehaven.

Whitehaven (UK Parliament constituency)

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At the 1918 UK general election, it sponsored Gavan Duffy as a Labour Party candidate in Whitehaven.

1922 United Kingdom general election

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Although he did not win on this occasion, he won the seat in 1922, holding it until the 1924 UK general election.

1924 United Kingdom general election

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Although he did not win on this occasion, he won the seat in 1922, holding it until the 1924 UK general election.

National Union of Blastfurnacemen

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Despite this, it was unable to successfully organise miners outside Dalton, leaving the field open for the National Association of Blastfurnacemen.

Members of Parliament sponsored by mining unions

Sponsored by his union
A small number of MPs were sponsored by other trade unions related to the mining industry, such as the Cumberland Iron Ore Miners' and Kindred Trades' Association, the North Wales Quarrymen's Union, and the National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies and Shotfirers, and are covered in the articles on those unions.