Not much response to my plea for a book on the miners' strike, although I didn't expect a flood. Anyway, I did manage to find this:
With a title like that, its biases are rather clear, but I've already learnt that Scargill wasn't quite the corrupt person that I've always thought he was (the story back in the 1990s that he used union funds to pay for his house has since been described as 'entirely untrue' by the editor of the Mirror who commissioned it). So I'm expecting intrigue and shock! I'll let you know.