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Mr Lavery suggests that miners should be pardoned for their involvement in the 1984-1985 strike. Perhaps they should!

In the view of many miners and their families Mr Lavery should perhaps never be pardoned for his involvement with the Miners Union and their pension funds!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-55002169

Perhaps a case of the pot calling the kettle black!

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2 minutes ago, Bedlingtonian said:

Mr Lavery suggests that miners should be pardoned for their involvement in the 1984-1985 strike. Perhaps they should!

In the view of many miners and their families Mr Lavery should perhaps never be pardoned for his involvement with the Miners Union and their pension funds!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-55002169

Perhaps a case of the pot calling the kettle black!

It is "never too late" for Mr Lavery to "apologise".

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A quote from from one of our councillors. 'Whilst Ian Lavery chaired Ashington Football Club it benefited  from more than £1m of investment as part of the Arch scandal that took place under Labour. How much did Bedlington Terriers get?  The answer is nothing'.

It is "never too late" for Mr Lavery to "apologise".

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16 hours ago, Bedlingtonian said:

A quote from from one of our councillors. 'Whilst Ian Lavery chaired Ashington Football Club it benefited  from more than £1m of investment as part of the Arch scandal that took place under Labour. How much did Bedlington Terriers get?  The answer is nothing'.

It is "never too late" for Mr Lavery to "apologise".

I am not a fan of Ian Lavery but if he had of been chairman of Bedlington Terriers then would it be Ashington complaining?

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