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Born in 1932, Robinson was a member of the
He was a plasterer and member of the Transport & General Workers
Robinson was especially noted for his organisation of sales of the Daily Worker on a Saturday night pitch at Snow Hill, which was for a very long time the central meeting point for all transport in the island, mainly by then being a bus station but cable cars, taxis and private cars also made this an important junction. There, the Daily Worker poster board drew attention to a team of sellers.
Sources include: Daily Worker 3rd April 1961