Did the General Strike clear the air between the unions, employers and the government? Or did industrial relations remain just as bitter after the strike? On the last day of the strike Cabinet agreed that:
'The calling off of the General Strike is a victory for the common sense of a united British people and it is now necessary not to look behind but ahead with no spirit of malice or vindictiveness.'
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