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dressed in trousers

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Mr Carden said: "I am delighted to address the Robert Tressell Memorial March."The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists is credited with rallying people behind the landmark, reforming Labour government of Clement Attlee, ushering in the Welfare State and the NHS."The terrible conditions faced by the working people in the novel are sadly not history.
Over the course of the book, Owen talks of the "ragged trousered philanthropy" of the working class, who give away the value of their work for little or nothing to the benefit of their bosses.
The company says it will tell the story using the theatrical style developed through its production of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists.
SIR - Anyone who has read Robert Tressell's The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists will know how the rich and privileged - sons of Eton, Oxford and Cambridge - control our lives.
TOWNSEND Productions brings its new production of Stephen Lowe's critically acclaimed version of Robert Tressell's The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists to The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond on Thursday.
WHAT better day for the news of Liverpool council''s withdrawal from the Big Society pilot to break than last Friday, the centenary of the death of Liverpool writer Robert Tressell, known best for The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists?
Top seed Adams had gone off the 7-2 jolly with Bet365 and Stan James and, despite a few scares along the way, he trousered the pounds 100,000 winner's cheque courtesy of a 7-5 win against Dean Winstanley.
But the corporation refuses to say who trousered the biggest pay packets, The Sun reports.
Young Rooney has already trousered a very large sum of money for parading the Total 90 Supremacy boot he was wearing for the first time in match conditions when he fractured a couple of bones in his foot.
He trousered a hefty wedge for a ludicrous exercise when he lent his name to a CD that featured his favourite classical music.
As one would expect from his earlier dramatic studies of Berlin and New York, Alan Balfour's bumper book of Shanghai is neither the work of a ragged trousered philanthropist, nor easy reading for the rabid metropolitan booster.
Lewis trousered PS80million-plus from the sport, while Price, now 35, has earned nowhere near that figure, but insists: "It didn't do me any favours.
NICK Clegg and Ken Clarke have trousered PS100,000 each from speeches and articles in the year since they left government.
The rest were shown the door in less than 17 months and returned to their clans having trousered hefty pay-offs.