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The British Worker

“I went into partnership when I was 10. I don’t know what happened to him. Made my first million before I was 20. Been cashing-in on human nature ever since. Sure, I love Dolly Mixtures; you can quote me on that!” “I suppose you could say my work is a calling. I have heard you can earn more in industry but they work such irregular hours. Now if you don’t mind I have a train to catch.” “I bin in the Union from the first. Safety by numbers you might say. I never really knew what I wanted to do when I left school. Now I’ve found my feet there’s a snag. Strike officials’ jobs are getting overcrowded.” “I started work at 12. You had to work in them days. My father went with cap in hand when he retired. Being brought up to respect authority I always take my hat off when I go into the Post Office to collect my due.”

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“I went into partnership when I was 10. I don’t know what happened to him. Made my first million before I was 20. Been cashing-in on human nature ever since. Sure, I love Dolly Mixtures; you can quote me on that!” “I suppose you could say my work is a calling. I have heard you can earn more in industry but they work such irregular hours. Now if you don’t mind I have a train to catch.” “I bin in the Union from the first. Safety by numbers you might say. I never really knew what I wanted to do when I left school. Now I’ve found my feet there’s a snag. Strike officials’ jobs are getting overcrowded.” “I started work at 12. You had to work in them days. My father went with cap in hand when he retired. Being brought up to respect authority I always take my hat off when I go into the Post Office to collect my due.”