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.
Chris Pearce and Mike McColgan from the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign (OTJC) will deliver the 76 page document to the Home Office.
They claim police used excessive force against pickets during the height of the miners strike in 1984, and also gave false evidence in court.
South Yorkshire Police referred themselves to the Independent Police Complaints Commission over the claims which were made more than two years ago.
But the IPCC say because miners who were arrested were later cleared they are not pursuing their inquires.
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