Still no sign of uncensored Orgreave report a month after Yorkshire Post’s revelations

The police watchdog says it is still considering whether to release an uncensored version of its report into the 1984 Battle of Orgreave.

The Yorkshire Post reported a month ago that redacted sections of the Independent Police Complaints Commission document revealed links between the actions of South Yorkshire Police during the miners’ strike and the aftermath of the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster.

Revelations that the same senior officers and solicitor were involved both in the aftermath of Orgreave and of Britain’s worst sporting disaster have strengthened calls for a new inquiry into the 1984 clashes between miners and the police.

Read on… http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/crime/still-no-sign-of-uncensored-orgreave-report-a-month-after-yorkshire-post-s-revelations-1-7945001

3 thoughts on “Still no sign of uncensored Orgreave report a month after Yorkshire Post’s revelations

  1. I have a question. I hear numerous requests that their should be an enquiry in to Orgreave. An enquiry for what, the actions of the police or miners, or some other issue.

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  2. I was not there and its a genuine question. You had the chance to educate me but you failed. Everyone asks for an enquiry, but no one actually states what for.

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