POLITICIANS, campaigners and civic leaders turned on Home Secretary Amber Rudd today after she ruled out holding an inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave. Ms Rudd this afternoon turned down appeals for a formal, independent probe into the confrontation outside … Continue reading
CAMPAIGNERS HAVE accused the Government of creating “phantom figures for a zombie project” as they hit back at claims that high-speed rail will boost Yorkshire’s economy with thousands of jobs and millions of pounds of investment. Senior figures from High … Continue reading
Home Secretary rules out inquiry into clashes with police at Orgreave during 1984 UK miners’ strike Read on… http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-37826507 No statutory inquiry or independent review into Orgreave There will be no statutory inquiry or independent review into the notorious clash … Continue reading
A police “spotter” failed to report seeing Nazi troublemakers on the day of a big anti-fascist protest, a court has heard. The anti-fascist protest in September last year marked the racist murder of grandfather Mushin Ahmed in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. … Continue reading
UK Independence Party leadership candidate Raheem Kassam has pulled out of the race just three days after the official launch of his campaign. The former aide to leader Nigel Farage said he was not “satisfied about the integrity of the … Continue reading
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The Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and Combined Authority will commission an independent study to explore ways to minimise HS2 Ltd’s new proposed line’s impact on local homes, communities and businesses. The South Yorkshire HS2 station location was … Continue reading
The Home Secretary has been warned by families of the Hillsborough victims not to limit an inquiry into the notorious clash between police and miners at Orgreave to a private review. Amber Rudd is expected to announce tomorrow whether the … Continue reading
Last Weeks Top Ten 29th October 2016: Rotherham council helps grooming suspects to win anonymity Safeguarding Report – Progress Summary March 2013 More Labour Cronyism, as South Yorkshire PCC appoints “not fit for purpose” Deputy. Cause and effect? Nazis targeted … Continue reading
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More material from our anonymous source, this time giving us a reminder of Kevin’s public statements, some work of Andrew Norfolk and a few questions for Gordon Watson: .
CAMPAIGNERS have claimed they have been “sidelined and patronised” by the Government and fear they will be told to “like it or lump it” when Home Secretary Amber Rudd finally makes a decision on long drawn-out plans for an inquiry … Continue reading