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Fined for singing: Ledger reveals the grim life of a 19th century factory apprentice

The conditions may have been stricter than they are today, but workers were clearly as unruly as ever. A newly-discovered manager’s book shows the strange offences people were fined for at the Royal Worcester porcelain factory in the 19th century. for more click here

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