TitleTape 3
DescriptionCoal Industry. Discussion chaired by Michael Cooke, between Arthur Scargill (NUM) and Bill Burke, deputy director of administration (NCB Doncaster Area).
1) Michael Cooke sums up the present events including the miner's ballot.
2) Arthur Scargill tells of how he feels vindicated by the pit closure hit list.
3) Bill Burke replies saying Arthur Scargill is obsessed by hit lists and that the industry is thriving.
4) How can uneconomical pits be kept open when their productive lives are at an end?
5) Is there enough discussion between unions and the NCB?
6) When are pit closures acceptable? Union views.
7) Cost to taxpayer keeping pits open.
8) Looking at closures in the Yorkshire area.
8) A look at the role of the NCB and NUM.
DateDec 1982
Extent1 item
FormatAudio - open reel tape
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