Campaigners calling for a full public inquiry into the so called 'Battle of Orgreave' more than thirty years ago will today present their legal submissions to the Home Secretary Teresa May.
"Serious concerns were raised about incidents that took place in 1984 at the Orgreave coking plant and it was right that the Independent Police Complaints Commission reviewed these matters.
"The Home Secretary will carefully consider any further legal submissions.”
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