The manager of the Gleision colliery in which four men died in 2011 has pleaded not guilty to gross negligence manslaughter. Philip Hill, Charles Breslin, David Powell and Garry Jenkins died when the mine they were working in flooded.
Malcolm Fyfield and other representatives of the company will now go on trial in March. Richard Morgan reports.
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