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Neil Kinnock interview - Coal Miners - 1984

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He was spot on. You can't be a democratic socialist if you don't believe in democracy.
Oh look another traitor
What a disgusting man 'Lord' Kinnock is. Paved the road to Blairism and then got his reward as an EU Commissioner, where his main act was to ensure the dismissal of a worker exposing corruption. A truly nasty piece of work whom most people have probably rightly forgotten.
Ladies & Gentleman, I present to you, the very wealthy Lord Kinnock. He got his, now don't you bloody dare get yours.
Kinnock was, and is, aa scab for Global corporations.
Get much more sense from Margaret Thatcher.
Fucking kinnock and labour did fuck all for the miners they still got there wages !
Neil knelt
Scargill did not hold a ballot like the fool he was. The strike was unlawful from day one. Labour could not be seen to be supporting illegal industrial action. Even now,when there is a strike taking place,the media always ask the Labour people if the party backs it. Never do they ask the Tory minister WHY the strike is happening. Kinnock could not win on this one if he tried. Why he stayed on after 1987 I'll never know.
absolute fucking piece of shit kinnock, you wouln't have the balls to go down to the bowels of the earth you fucking parasite champagne socialist you and your fucking gravy train cunt of a son and wife
First class cnut Champagne Socialist who is raking in millions every year so much for the working classes eh
Ginger ,Slimey Loathsome Prick.!
A sell out. No socialist
SCAB loving bastard
I totally agree with the ballot opinion biggest mistake in the history of the trade union movement not giving us a ballot in 1984
Betrayed his own people. He should have been on the picket lines. He wanted power at any price and the electorate saw through it. Simply not to be trusted.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.