Lea Hall Colliery, Arthur Scargill, Staffordshire, president, England
Miners Strike 1984 - 1985, Pictured. Pickets and Police at Lea Hall Colliery, Rugeley, Staffordshire, England, Monday 26th March 1984. Arthur Scargill, president of the NUM, declared that strikes in the various coal fields were to be a national strike and called for strike action from NUM members in all coal fields. On 22nd March the strike was official. The strike ended on 3rd March 1985, nearly a year after it had begun.
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|Keywords||1980s,Coal,Demonstrations and Rallies,Industrial Disputes,Industrial Relations,Industry,Miners,Miners Strike,Mining,National Union of Mineworkers,NUM,Police,Protests,Strikes,Striking|
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