The same with Monmouth County Council's married typists, who were barred from working
and had to resign after getting married. The council voted on overturning the ruling in
1955. This may have had more to do with the soldiers coming home from the war and the
shortage of work for both sexes.
--- On Tue, 28/2/12, H. J. <heuly(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
A little late in the thread, due to holidays, but thought I'd mention that swansea
Council still operated the " No Married Women" rule in 1959. HJ