National Association for the Protection of Labour - meaning and definition. What is National Association for the Protection of Labour
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National Association for the Protection of Labour         
The National Association for the Protection of Labour was one of the first attempts at creating a national trade union centre in the United Kingdom. The organization was established in July, 1830 by John Doherty, after an apparently unsuccessful attempt to create a similar national presence with the National Union of Cotton-spinners.
National Association of United Trades for the Protection of Labour         
UK TRADE UNION FEDERATION
National Association of United Trades for the Employment of Labour; National association of united trades for the protection of labour
The National Association of United Trades for the Protection of Labour was an early trade union federation in the United Kingdom, established in 1845.
1981 Egyptian protection of national unity referendum         
THE REFERENDUM ON THE PROTECTION OF NATIONAL UNITY
Egyptian protection of national unity referendum, 1981
A referendum on "the protection of national unity" was held in Egypt on 10 September 1981.Dieter Nohlen, Michael Krennerich & Bernhard Thibaut (1999) Elections in Africa: A data handbook, p336 It was approved by 99.