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Roger William Bolton (7 September 1947, Dublin, Ireland 18 November 2006, Woking, Surrey) was a British trade unionist. Roger Bolton left Dublin with his family in 1958 when they moved to London. He began his career as a photographic technician at Boots the Chemist before moving to the BBC and became a prominent member of the BBC trade union, the Association of Broadcasting Staff (ABS). In 1979, he began working for the ABS, and remained a union employee though a series of mergers in which it became the Broadcasting and Entertainment Trades Alliance and finally the Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union (BECTU). Bolton rose to prominence during a successful pay dispute with the BBC in 1989, and was elected General Secretary of BECTU in 1993.
EditorCornelia C. Eglantine
Association of Broadcasting and Allied Staffs
Cornelia C. Eglantine
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