The UK Government is being urged to apologise for the actions of Margaret Thatcher's government during the Miners' Strike of the 1980s.
The walkout heralded the eventual closure of many Welsh pits, a blow - some say - from which our mining communities never fully recovered.
But Prime Minister David Cameron says it's others who should be doing the apologising.
James Crichton-Smith reports.
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