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David John Douglass political activist and writer. He worked as a coal miner in the coalfields of Durham and South Yorkshire was NUM Branch Delegate for Hatfield Colliery from 1979.

In 1994/5 he became Branch Secretary at Hatfield Main but after the pit was privatised the NUM no longer had any recognition there. From 1994 to 2006 he helped run the Miners Community Advice Centre in Stainforth.

 

he is an writer and book reviewer.

The three volumes of his autobiography were published between 2008 and 2010. He is a member of IWW, NUM and Class War.

 

 

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