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Christopher Gerald Pole-Carew (born May 1931) in 1979 High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, was, after serving in the Royal Navy, during his working life, a newspaper executive who rose to notoriety in his handling of trade union membership, initially as managing director of the Nottingham Evening Post who sacked journalists who joined the trade union or for going on strike for LESS pay than they were currently receiving - about £1,00 a year, and later under Rupert Murdoch, where his role included trade union matters.
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