Miners on rally during the 1984 strike
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Thirty years since miners' strike

Thirty years since the start of the year-long national miners' strike, Carwyn Jones found it still resonates with former miners and their families.

It is thirty years since the start of the national miners' strike - one of the longest, most divisive industrial disputes in British history.

At the time, more than 20,000 men in Wales worked in the coal industry.

Three decades on, the strike still resonates with former miners, their families and children, as Carwyn Jones reports.

Legacy of the miners' strike

  • 12 Mar
  • From the section Wales