A series of wage negotiations is now taking place at Rolls-Royce Ltd., Derby, and the final stages of these discussions between representatives of management and men are being recorded. The Rolls-Royce system of bargaining holds within it unique and important issues and, of course, concerns a key industry.
BRIAN BLAKE introduces the bargainers and their actual recordings, and discusses with them the nature and problems of trade union negotiations Recorded in Derby and in the BBC's
An argument about Articles, archaism, and other matter* by E. F. CARPENTER
Archdeacon of Westminster
A. R. VIDLER
Dean of King's College, Cambridge ERIC KEMP
Canon of Lincoln and Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford JAMES MARK member of the Christian Frontier Council
A dignitary of the Established Church recently protested in public against being obliged to subscribe to the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion. The incident raises-at any rate by implication -several fundamental questions. Is the Church of England a ' confessing Church '? How archaic in its formularies and institutions can it afford to be, if it is to represent in any real sense the Christian Commonweahh-' the people of England at prayer '?
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