A review into the 1980s’ miners’ strike should consider pardons and “ensure that politicised convictions are thrown into the dustbin of history”, Scottish Labour has said.
The public will be given the chance to share their recollections of the policing of the miners’ strike.
A Fife miner arrested and sacked during the 1984-85 strike hopes an independent review will finally help him clear his name.
Former president of the Dundee Criminal Bar Association and legal adviser to striking Timex workers Michael McGinley, has passed away at the age of 69.
VIDEO: Fifers gather outside Holyrood as review of policing during Scottish miners’ strike announced
The Scottish Government has announced an independent review into the impact of policing on communities during the miners' strike.
Scotland's Justice Minister is poised to make an announcement on the impact of policing during the miners' strike.
A former miner staged a one man picket outside a closed Fife pit amid mounting calls for an investigation into the policing of the 1980s strike.
Fife Council has agreed to officially request a Scottish Government inquiry into the policing of the miners’ strike more than three decades ago.
Fife Council could be poised to ask the Scottish Government to set up a public inquiry into policing during the miners' strike.
Two former Fife miners have joined growing calls for the Scottish Government to "shine the light of truth" on policing tactics during the 1984/85 strike.