Prime Minister David Cameron responded to Michael Dugher MP's call the Commons for an apology for the Miners' Strike and pit closure programme.
PM says the only person to make an apology for miners strike should be Arthur Scargill. And perhaps Labour for their behaviour at time.
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Herbert Haines, 97, died with few relatives and it was feared there would be no-one to attend his funeral.
The fire started on the first floor and roof space of the property which spread to four neighbouring homes.
The dog, named Clyde, left his partner in crime Bonnie behind and made his getaway through an open garden gate.