Taking on the police, getting punched and picketing: a miner’s memoir
‘Retirement at 60 was just pointless as you’d be dead by 55’
Good afternoon members — and welcome to Tuesday’s Tribune. David Parry comes from three generations of miners, and joined the family profession at one of the most fraught periods in British mining history. He’s recently self-published a memoir about his life at work. We sent Dan down to discuss some of the most heated moments of the miners’ strike.