The NUM welcome the Ministerial Statement in the Scottish Parliament on the Impact of Policing on Communities during the Miners’ Strike. The statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Justice Michael Matheson announced that a robust, proportionate and fair independent review to be lead by John Scott QC. The statement can be read by clicking the flag.
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The General data Protection Regulations came into force on 25 May 2018. These regulations are designed to complement the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and enhance the rights of individuals to privacy where their personal information is processed. The regulations apply to all organisations including the NUM and the Union has updated its
NUM Yorkshire Area were pleased to hear a presentation (click box for details) from the MPS on Sunday 13 May 2018 at the Yorkshire Miners Holiday Home at Scalby in North Yorkshire. Yorkshire NUM Secretary Chris Kitchen said that after many years of the NUM and others raising the issue of the MPS surplus it was welcome to
One the one side the Conservatives having expelled Russians for (according to the government) poisoning people in Salisbury and bombing Syria for (according to the government) poisoning its own people are aided and abetted by the media machine that poisons anyone that doesn’t serve the interests of those who ‘own and control’, had to mount
34 years ago Jeremy Corbyn showed his support for Miners’ fighting to save jobs unlike the leader of the Labour Party at that time. In the forthcoming elections who will you be supporting?
CONGRATULATIONS With over 20 awards from all over the world the short film made by Steve Linstead and Andy Lawrence ‘Black Snow’ received 2 awards presented in Hollywood by Dani Jae at the world-famous Raleigh Studios. The film was produced in conjunction with heritage work around the Oaks Colliery Disaster of 1866. Much of
Why did UK Government say that they could not do anything for our coal industry? Poland have shown what could be done. European Commission – Daily News Daily News 08 / 02 / 2018 http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_MEX-18-701_en.htm State aid: Commission approves PLN 5 billion Polish support for closing coal mines The European Commission has found amendments to
The headlines almost 12 months ago were “Britain goes without coal for the first time ‘since Industrial Revolution’”. 12 months on and when the cold started to bite, can anyone tell us the last day that if coal was not burned to generate electricity the lights would not have gone out? Total coal imports in
Mineworkers Pension Scheme We have been informed that an error has occurred that has resulted in a number of MPS members mistakenly being issued with new tax codes. We are told that this is being rectified as a matter of the highest priority by Capita and HMRC. Affected members will be contacted shortly to advise
The Industrial Injuries Advisory Council recommended that the condition known as Dupuytren’s Contracture should be Prescribed as an Industrial Disease. The government have rejected this advice saying, “Only after full consideration of the impact is the Secretary of State in a position to decide whether to accept or reject a recommendation from IIAC and to