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Collieries, Communities and the Miners' Strike in Scotland, 1984-85$
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Jim Phillips

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780719086328

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: January 2013

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719086328.001.0001

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Ending and aftermath

Ending and aftermath

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Collieries, Communities and the Miners' Strike in Scotland, 1984-85

Jim Phillips

Manchester University Press

This explores the ending and aftermath of the strike at a macro-level in Scotland, from October 1984 onwards. The roles of the Conservative government, NCB management and the police are considered. Community- and colliery-level factors remained paramount, with substantial resistance from below, even as this official resumption was underway. The immediate aftermath of the strike is then detailed, through examining the pit-level tensions and difficulties that followed, including relations between unions and management, and former strikers and former strike-breakers.

Keywords:   End of strike, Conservative government, Workplace conflict, Management, Union politics

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