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Home Office rejects bishop's call for independent review of Orgreave

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Every picture tells a story: A twisted sign, felled concrete posts and a broken wall recall the violence outside a coking plant in Orgreave, South Yorkshire in June 1984

Every picture tells a story: A twisted sign, felled concrete posts and a broken wall recall the violence outside a coking plant in Orgreave, South Yorkshire in June 1984

Date - 5th March 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
Changes to the “policing landscape” have influenced a Home Office decision to reject renewed calls for an independent review into the so-called Battle of Orgreave nearly 35 years ago. But campaigners are to step up their demands for the...
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