From Our Labour Correspondent If the Trades Union Congress meets at Bridlington on Monday it will have to face many unpleasant facts.
The political horizon is so completely different from that anticipated that it is dangerous to speculate.
Nevertheless, there is likely to be little heard about the proposed
rapprochement with the Soviet Trade Unions, for who now would deny that the Soviet Unions are no freer than the Labour Front of Germany? Again, the chances of Mr Arthur Homer, the Communist nominee of the Mineworkers' Federation, being elected to the General Council would seem very slender.