Lord Kinnock's interview with former BBC journalist Nick Jones about the 1984-5 miners' strike can be heard here. Then Leader of the Labour Party, Neil Kinnock discusses his perspective on the strike, its course and consequences for unions and industrial relations today. This interview was part of the H&P Trade Union Forum conference, The Miners' Strike, 30 Years On, held at King's College London, 29 March 2014. Recordings of other panellists will follow.
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