National Union of Mineworkers
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JK was one of twenty Scottish authors invited to contribute a monologue to a collaborative work entitled Dear Scotland, which was first performed by the Scottish National Theatre on 24 April 2014 as a...
9 January 1972
British miners represented by the National Union of Mineworkers came out on strike after its negotiations with the National Coal Board ended in stalemate.
From March or April 1984
The National Union of Mineworkers or NUM, led by Arthur Scargill , struck against pit closures by Margaret Thatcher 's Tory government, which retaliated with riot police and efforts to make non-local pickets illegal.
18 June 1984
Ninety-five people picketing in support of the miners' strike (by members of the National Union of Mineworkers ) clashed with police at Orgreave near Sheffield, in one of the worst outbreaks of violence in...
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