Remembering lost workers

Undated handout file photo issued by Philip Mould & Company of a painting of Admiral Lord Nelson showing his facial scarring and missing eyebrow which will be on display in London from Monday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday November 11, 2017. Part of a series of portraits of the famous admiral painted by Italian artist Leonardo Guzzardi in 1799, the painting was last seen in a newspaper article in 1897. See PA story ARTS Nelson. Photo credit should read: Philip Mould & Company/PA Wire

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Rare portrait showing battle wounds of Admiral Lord Nelson is rediscovered

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TRADE unions from across Portsmouth will gather at a workers’ memorial in Victoria Park to observe a minute’s silence at midday tomorrow, which is Workers’ Memorial Day.

Portsmouth Trades Council secretary Louis MacDonald said: ‘We will mourn for the dead while fighting for the living. We urge trade union members and members of the public concerned by work-related injury, ill-health and death to join us.’