|Statement||by Joe Keenan.|
|LC Classifications||HD5365.M6152 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
Obviously much of the book examines the great miners strike and its aftermath, particularly the Lightman Report and the secret bank accounts containing money from Russia and, allegedly, Libya. Routledge is very critical of Scargill but is, I think, quite fair. The book answered questions in my mind about Scargills character and his :// The authors of a new book on the miners strike hit back at claims by former NUM leader Arthur Scargill that a negotiated settlement to the bitter dispute was agreed with the Tory Government Cormoran Strike, who lost a leg in Afghanistan, may limp painfully through much of the book, but the tale being told never misses a step."― Joyce Sáenz Harris, Dallas Morning News "Even if the world is the seedy underbelly of contemporary London and not Magical Hogwarts, cracking the cover of a Galbraith novel is like stepping through a › Books › Mystery, Thriller & Suspense › Mystery. The form book sug- gests they won't. Joe Gormley was a man who thrived on the bonhomie of international delegations to all parts of the world. But as a consequ- ence of Joe's willingness to take fraternal greetings wherever they were needed, the most memorable international initiative the NUM displayed under his Presidency was to send three NEC
Arthur Scargill fights NUM for £50k perks FORMER miners’ leader Arthur Scargill yesterday launched a legal fight to win £50, damages from the union he led into Britain’s most bitter :// He is descended from the Thornhill Scargills and has no direct link with Emley: His father Harold () was the illegitimate son of Clara Scargill (b) whose father Godfrey () was born at Thornhill (but later moved to Woolley near Barnsley), the illegitimate son of Ann Scargill (b) who later married William :// The miners' strike was not a civil war, whatever Arthur Scargill hoped Charles Moore reviews 'Marching to the Fault Line' by Francis Beckett and David Hencke (Constable). World Socialist Web Site Referring to a newly published book on the strike that cites the Labour leader's private papers, Scargill said that the man who now presents a national ballot
The mad, sad world of Scargill the pariah: How 25 years after he led the miners to defeat, he's still convinced he beat Thatcher. By David Jones for the Daily Mail Updated: EDT, 7 March Arthur Scargill, who lives in a £, home in Yorkshire, was given use of the flat in the Barbican in London when he became president of the National Union of Mineworkers in Arthur Scargill, the former miners' union boss, tried to buy his London council flat under his enemy Margaret Thatcher’s right-to-buy scheme, it has been :// As the anniversary of the miners' strike approaches, its figurehead Arthur Scargill has become a recluse, at war with the current NUM leadership. John Harris went in search of Yorkshire's //feb/28/in-search-of-arthur-scargill-miners-strike.