Since Ellington's closure in 2005 the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and British Association of Colliery Management have been battling for compensation from UK Coal Ian Lavery, president of the NUM, representing around 230 claimants, said: "The closure of Ellington colliery was a major blow to the local community and the economy of the North East, and the compensation payments have been a long time coming.
What does BACM stand for?
BACM stands for British Association of Colliery Management
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He explained the matter, which was brought by mining unions including the British Association of Colliery Management and the National Union of Mineworkers after it was found that UK Coal had failed to consult with its staff about the closure, was now subject to tribunal proceedings for a final decision.
Patrick Carragher, who in 1984 was national research officer for the British Association of Colliery Management, recalls that some middle managers and supervisors had their property attacked after the Government launched its back-to-work strategy in September 1984 to encourage wavering miners to break the strike.