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In November, when pressed by Yvette Cooper, chair of the home affairs select committee, Rudd admitted that in the 16 months between inviting a submission for an Orgreave inquiry in Juneand rejecting it in October, the Home Office did not consider the police files or trial transcripts — the actual facts of what happened.
They ran with dead and injured people on advertising hoardings, because the police and ambulance response was so slow and disorganised. Jackson wrote that there was a lull after the lorries left: many miners had run away up towards Orgreave village, where there was an Asda; some stayed in the field, lounging in the sunshine.
Its support for the police was unconditional. The Guardian emphasised the connection between the events at Orgreave and the deaths at Hillsborough — which had previously been barely recognised — in April In January, two new criminal investigations into the disaster and the alleged cover-up sent files on 23 individuals and organisations to the CPS, to determine if any should be charged with offences including manslaughter, perjury and perverting the course of justice.
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Hurd also expected Wright to resign, although a home secretary could not call for him to do so. He denied that. The missile-throwing from some miners after that — mostly over the bridge — was in defence, the lawyers argued, and a reaction to police brutality.
She then covered up the crime for 11 years, telling her brother and her daughter that he had died suddenly from a heart condition and had been taken to hospital and then cremated. Hamish McRae. A sort of national convention