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NORMAN WILLIS SINGS AULD LANG SYNE AT THE END OF THE TUC CONFERENCE - 06 / 09 / 1986

NORMAN WILLIS SINGS AULD LANG SYNE AT THE END OF THE TUC CONFERENCE - 06  /  09  /  1986


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NORMAN WILLIS SINGS AULD LANG SYNE AT THE END OF THE TUC CONFERENCE - 06 / 09 / 1986

NORMAN WILLIS SINGS AULD LANG SYNE AT THE END OF THE TUC CONFERENCE - 06/09/1986

Reg Lancaster/Staff
Daily Express
Mirrorpix
United Kingdom

Media ID 21881882

© Mirrorpix

Trade Union 1986


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In this print captured by Reg Lancaster in 1986, we witness a moment of immense significance and emotion. The image showcases Norman Willis, a prominent figure in the trade union movement, as he stands at the end of the TUC (Trade Union Congress) Conference on June 9th, 1986. As the conference draws to a close, Willis takes center stage and raises his voice to sing "Auld Lang Syne" an iconic Scottish song traditionally sung to bid farewell to the past and welcome new beginnings. The photograph encapsulates both the political atmosphere of the 1980s and Willis' powerful presence within it. His passionate rendition resonates with determination and unity, symbolizing not only his personal convictions but also those shared by countless workers across Britain during that era. It serves as a reminder of their collective struggle for fair labor practices amidst challenging times. Reg Lancaster's expert composition captures every detail: from Willis' resolute expression to the audience's attentive faces filled with admiration. This snapshot freezes an ephemeral moment in time when politics merged seamlessly with music—a testament to how art can amplify political messages. As we delve into Memory Lane Prints' collection, this particular image offers us a glimpse into history—an invitation to reflect upon an era defined by social movements and voices demanding change.

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