Lodged within our DNA

Two hundred and two thousand men worked in Britain’s deep-mine collieries in 1984. In February 2015 the final three collieries – Kellingley in North Yorkshire, Hadfield in South Yorkshire and Thoresby in Nottinghamshire – are under imminent threat of closure.

In the latest edition of Cold Type, Granville Williams asks, on the 30th anniversary of the end of the UK Miners’ Strike, why the epic struggle still resonates?

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