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  1. The Central Labour College, also known as The Labour College, was a British higher education institution supported by trade unions. It functioned from 1909 to 1929. It was established on the basis of independent working class education. The college was formed as a result of the Ruskin College strike of 1909.

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  3. The Central Labour College was founded in 1909 as a result of the Ruskin College strike. Its two principal trade union supporters were the National Union of Railwaymen (NUR) and the South Wales Miners' Federation (SWMF). In 1911 it moved to London and acquired an extension in Kew in 1920.

  4. The National Council of Labour Colleges (NCLC) was an organisation set up in the United Kingdom to foster independent working class education. The organisation was founded at a convention held in the Clarion Club House, Yardley, Birmingham on 8/9 October 1921.

  5. unionhistory.info › timeline › Tl_DisplayTUC | History Online

    The Central Labour College (CLC) was founded in 1909 following the strike at Ruskin College, Oxford by student members of the Plebs League. The dissident students and the dismissed former Principal of Ruskin, Dennis Hird, moved the new college to London where it was financially supported by the South Wales Miners Federation and the National ...

  6. The Central Labour College schooled a whole generation of the brightest workers mainly from the mines and railways of Britain between 1909 and 1929. It was formed by the dissident students who had been thrown out of Ruskin college following a strike (see Colin Waugh ‘Plebs’ ISSN 0459-2026).

  7. 18 de jun. de 2015 · The unrest of workers returning to civilian life after being conscripted into military service during World War One sparked a greater demand for Plebs League courses as the 1920s began. This required greater central organisation, and in 1921 the National Council of Labour Colleges (NCLC) was formed.