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Lisa Hopkins (Character)
from Made in Dagenham (2010)

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Made in Dagenham -- Made in Dagenham
Made in Dagenham -- Clip: You're A Saint Now?
Made in Dagenham -- Interview: "Sally Hawkins On Meeting The Real Life Women From Dagenham"
Made in Dagenham -- A dramatization of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination.
Made in Dagenham -- Clip: You Can Tolerate Them

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From Made in Dagenham (2010)
[Peter Hopkins is entertaining Ford boss Robert Tooley at home. He clearly regards Lisa as a wife whose only purpose is to look pretty and to be a cook, but Robert sounds out her opinions]
Robert Tooley: Lisa. Do you mind if I call you Lisa? You must have quite a head on your shoulders. Peter tells me that you read history at Cambridge.
Lisa Hopkins: [nervously] Yes I did.
Robert Tooley: Mind if I ask: what do you think of our little problem over at the factory? Do you think maybe he's a bit too much velvet glove, not enough iron fist?
Lisa Hopkins: Not at all, no. Quite the opposite, actually. Look at Vauxhall. *They* don't have any problems with the unions. And that seems to be because General Motors have a more collaborative approach to management. Whereas at Ford you only deal with the unions because you *have* to. You tolerate them. And as a result they're more entrenched and they're aggressive in their dealings with you.
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