Last October, the Home Office chose not to review the policing of pickets at the coking plant during the miners strike.Read the full story ›
Councillors in Barnsley are calling on the Home Secretary to review her decision not to hold a public inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave.Read the full story ›
North East Derbyshire Council is to join a growing band of local authorities calling for a public inquiry into Orgreave.Read the full story ›
ITV Calendar News Correspondent David Hirst has followed the Battle of Orgreave for many years. Here is a summary of where we are today.Read the full story ›
The Home Secretary is expected to announce whether there will be an inquiry into the notorious clash between police and miners at Orgreave.Read the full story ›
A decision on whether or not there will be a public inquiry into policing tactics used at Orgreave will be made by the end of October.Read the full story ›
Owen Smith has called for a full public inquiry into the so-called Battle of Orgreave during the miners strike in the 1980sRead the full story ›
The Government has been accused of trying to shunt a proposed inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave "into the long grass".Read the full story ›
Home Secretary Amber Rudd will meet with campaigners from the Orgeave Truth and Justice Campaign (OTJC) after the summer recess, as calls grow for a public inquiry into the incident.
Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham raised an urgent question with the new home secretary in the Commons earlier today as he demanded 'justice' for the campaigners.
However Ms Rudd said she will not be rushed into a decision but will consider it over the summer.
Earlier, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also called for an inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave in Prime Minister Theresa May's first PMQs.
Thousands of miners and police officers clashed at the Orgreave coking plant near Rotherham in June 1984.
The police watchdog had been considering publishing an unredacted version of a report showing apparent links with HillsboroughRead the full story ›