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Evening Sentinel Feb. 3rd 1988 Page 1. Moorlands.
British Coal sparked off a new row today after they revealed they were scrapping a closed shop agreement with pit deputies, and would train members of the breakaway union the UDM. North Staffs NUM leader warned his members would not work along side UDM men who took over deputies Jobs. NACODS received a letter from British Coal, warning that unless their industrial action ended, they could be made to pay for any damage to the industry.
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