Remember the recent headlines about how wind power has now replaced coal and the king is dead. Not that there is anything wrong with wind, solar, tidal or any other form of power that helps us survive. Whilst coal still has a role it can and should be used cleanly and extracted from under our feet instead of being imported thousands of miles using up resources in a way that is avoidable. When it is cold with no wind and no sun who do we rely on to keep the lights on check here to find out http://www.ukenergywatch.org/
Frickley Miners Welfare Trust Fund, Assistance and Grants to local community groups.
At a time when it seems “bad news” is the “watch word of the day” it is nice toRead full article
INDEPENDENT REVIEW – Impact on communities of the policing of the miners’ strike 1984-85. FINAL REPORT.
RECOMMENDATION We received a number of complaints about State misconduct, including wrongful arrest, miscarriage of justice and unfair dismissal.Read full article
Government must support jobs in local lockdown areas to prevent mass unemployment says the TUC.
We know that the least well off in the UK and those suffering underlying health issues are being disproportionatelyRead full article
Public Enquiry into the policing of the Miners Strike.
The Orgreave Truth and Justice campaign (OTJC) and the NUM welcome the outcome of the enquiry into the policingRead full article