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Strikers. A 1984 photo showing Thatcher's police stormtroopers taking action as violence flares with miners at Daw Mill colliery in Warwickshire.

'Margaret Thatcher has died from a STRIKE': BBC forced to correct breaking news error moments after death announced

Strikers. A 1984 photo showing Thatcher's police stormtroopers taking action as violence flares with miners at Daw Mill colliery in Warwickshire.

Still the Enemy Within, Dir: Owen Gower. | remembering the British Miners' strike 30 years on - if you don't know, you should learn!

Still the Enemy Within review – a documentary as gripping as a thriller

Still the Enemy Within, Dir: Owen Gower. | remembering the British Miners' strike 30 years on - if you don't know, you should learn!

A picket is led away during the Orgreave clash during the Miners Strike 1984.

Retired police to back miners over 1984 ‘battle of Orgreave’

A picket is led away during the Orgreave clash during the Miners Strike 1984.

1974: The three day working week miners walk out on strike

1974: The three day working week

1974: The three day working week miners walk out on strike

A demonstrator arrested during a rally in support of the strike in London, 1985. Margaret Thatcher's vindictiveness is still with us 30 years after the end of the miners' strike - Dennis Skinner - Mirror Online

Dennis Skinner: Miners' strike legacy is still with us 30 years on

A demonstrator arrested during a rally in support of the strike in London, 1985. Margaret Thatcher's vindictiveness is still with us 30 years after the end of the miners' strike - Dennis Skinner - Mirror Online

MPs have accepted a motion which said Margaret Thatcher's government "misled the public" about pit closure plans during the 1984 miners' strike.

MPs have accepted a motion which said Margaret Thatcher's government "misled the public" about pit closure plans during the 1984 miners' strike.

An injured miner being arrested after being severely beaten by London Met Police at the Orgreave Coking Plant, 1984

Former prime minister Baroness Thatcher dies peacefully in her suite at the Ritz after suffering a massive stroke at 87

An injured miner being arrested after being severely beaten by London Met Police at the Orgreave Coking Plant, 1984

Officers from the Bristol City Police practising their cutlass drill in the mid 1870's.

Officers from the Bristol City Police practising their cutlass drill in the mid 1870's.

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