Digitised supporting and additional material surrounding the miners’ strike and its social, political, and cultural ramifications.
The miners’ strike of 1984-85 was a national incident, one that gathered international interest due to its wide and deepening social and political effects on the UK economy and society. Consequently, the topic of the strike appeared in almost every sector, and was reported in almost every media.
Curated below are select digitised and recorded material from the time of the strike to both set the context of the book, as well as provide additional information on the dispute and how it affected and appeared at the time and how the fight is continued today. The material, although made with their individual purposes and principles in mind, are coded in reference to the respective chapter of In Loving Memory Of Work in which the general themes are discussed and referenced.DISCLAIMER: This material, unless otherwise stated, is linked via the original upload sites and remains the property of the respective owners and person(s) uploading or posting. UTOE accepts no responsibility for the following material. If you have any issues or concerns please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.