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Question for Home Office

UIN 51705, tabled on 2 November 2016

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, which files and documents she reviewed before making her decision not to proceed with an inquiry into the events at Orgreave in 1984.

Answered on

11 November 2016

The Home Secretary’s decision not to establish an inquiry or independent review into the events at Orgreave Coking Plant was based on a number of factors, including consideration of the key purposes of an inquiry and whether these were met in the case of Orgreave.

As part of this consideration, the Home Secretary reviewed a range of relevant documentation.

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Home Office
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