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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO Jun 18
On a beautiful sunny day, 35 years ago today, police went on the rampage at attacking, beating & mounting cavalry charges against miners in T-shirts campaigning to save their jobs & communities. Back calls for a public inquiry
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Kevin Williamson Jun 17
35 years ago. A day of infamy when BBC News doctored the footage to make it look like the police were attacked rather than did the attacking. We know now it was co-ordinated state collusion of UK Govt, Police & Media v the trade unions.
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Diane Abbott Apr 30
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Durham Miners' Association Jun 14
The 35th anniversary Rally will be held in Sheffield tomorrow. The rally commemorates the events of 18 June 1984 and continues the campaign for justice for striking miners brutalised by police at the Orgreave coking plant. Give your support to .
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Len McCluskey May 29
This 35th anniversary rally must send the loudest ever message to this vindictive government that we will not rest until justice is done. The state cannot be allowed to be above the law any longer
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TheLuckyHeron 🌍 Jun 15
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Miners Strike Jul 26
Convoys of lorries carry imported coal from Poland into the coking works 1984.  A massive police presence continues at Orgreave to ensure the coal gets through.
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Durham Miners' Association Jun 15
“It is now 35 years since state-sponsored violence was perpetrated at . We must continue the campaign until truth prevails and justice is served.” – our secretary Alan Mardghum from his message to today's Give your support to
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Durham Miners' Association Jun 6
A lost play about the miners’ strike by the author of Kes is to be performed for the first time. At the time it was written, the play, which depicts police violence at , was deemed too controversial for television. Read more here ⬇️
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rosita stefanyszyn Jul 29
She was armed with a Camera, that's all 😳 Disgraceful history
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Diane Abbott May 15
When it comes to , the Tories might want the issue to go away but we will keep campaigning until there is a justice. RT & read my March piece ↓
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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO Jun 16
Watch this incredible video by Joel Young and Baily Sutton with first-hand accounts about what happened at 35 years ago. And please support campaign. We need a public enquiry to get the truth & deliver justice for the miners
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Wavertree CLP Mar 23
Orgreave it is time for justice
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John Dunn Dec 15
Amber Rudd...thankfully nobody died, except her hairdresser...
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WDG Jun 15
There should have been a public enquiry into this
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Steven Tuck Jul 2
Wait what... The ridley report detailed how to bring down the miners? Could the report have included plans for the maximum force used at ? We need an inquiry to find out, we need No Justice No Peace
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Donahue Rogers 🌹 Jun 16
Shown once on BBC2 - moved without notice from series' usual evening slot to after midnight Miners talk about 1984/85 strike, with lawyers outlining infringements of our civil liberties that were used by police and state to try and break it
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James Vine Jun 17
Photoshop did not exist 35 years ago. If nothing else, there needs to be an answer to THIS!
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Matt Wrack Jun 15
rally A campaign here to stay
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Steven Tuck Apr 18
Now where I I heard that praising before... It was at . Where police were ordered to use "maximum force" against striking miners. Be careful they are coming for you. Its been 35yrs and we're still fighting for
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