|01||The Housewives Revolt||19980528||19981128|
In 1795, serious food shortages led to riots across the country, and it was the housewives of CARLISLE who took matters into their own hands.
|02||The Leeds Dripping Riot||19980604||19981205|
In 1865, a cook was prosecuted for `stealing' a dollop of dripping from her employer. The people of LEEDS were incensed and took to the streets.
|03 LAST||The Means-test Protest||19980611||19981212|
In 1931, the introduction of compulsory means-testing led to a furious reaction by the people of SALFORD.