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U.K. gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984.
The coal miner's strike that began in March 1984 was regarded as illegal in England and Wales, as no national ballot was taken. (A ballot by the Scottish NUM meant that the strike was legal in Scotland.)
A police officer has the right to stop you if - that's the important word here - *if* he has reasonable grounds to believe a crime is gonna be committed.
Dai: Are you absolutely sure about this?
Jonathan: Police harassment, dear. I could set it to music.
Sian: And if he...
On Joe's birthday, in July 1984, a record of 'What Difference Does It Make?' by The Smiths can be heard. Whilst the original song was released in 1983, the version playing in the film was one recorded for the BBC, which was not actually released until November 1984.
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