Bob Crow, the general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, died on Tuesday aged 52. Crow was one of the leading voices of the left with his uncompromising approach to the working conditions and pay of the London underground staff. His clashes with Transport for London and Boris Johnson are well known, but here are seven things you may not have known about him.
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