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 hear that the MPS Trustees would welcome a change in surplus sharing arrangements but did not want to weaken the Guarantee. The issue of a fair surplus sharing will be highlighted in London where Les Moore and the UK MINEWORKERS PENSION CAMPAIGN have arranged a rally on Wednesday 6th June 2018, meet at the OLD PALACE YARD 12.30 – 13.00 PM (Dennis Skinner Speaking) 13.30pm filter through House of Commons Security to COMMITTEE ROOM 14 for 2pm.
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Public Enquiry into the policing of the Miners Strike.
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