The former British Leyland employee and business unionist Derek Robinson has died, aged 90.
Mr Robinson, some of the well-known names of the business unionist motion within the 1970s, used to be dubbed “Red Robbo” by way of the media.
As store steward on the plant in Longbridge, Birmingham, he used to be concerned with a sequence of moves and walkouts over alleged mismanagement.
He stood as a Communist Party candidate in 4 common elections within the town.
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He used to be in the back of an estimated 500 disputes on the plant, which used to be then government-owned.
Speaking to MPs in 2000, Mr Robinson stated he used to be pleased with his Red Robbo nickname.
“I can sleep sound at night because I never betrayed the workers I was elected to represent,” he stated.