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The woke Left suffers an extraordinary cognitive dissonance when it comes to fossil fuels 

The miners may have lost their last strike 34 years ago, and coalmining may now be a distant memory. But they have unquestionably won the culture war; no other industrial dispute has ever been mythologised and romanticised to such a degree.

A lost play about the Battle of Orgreave, the infamous clash between policemen and mine-workers in 1984, is to be staged over three decades after it was written. When I saw the headline (in the Guardian, naturally), my first reaction was: "Oh no, not another one! Please not yet another piece of miners’ strike kitsch." From Billy Elliot to Pride, there are dozens of...

The woke Left suffers an extraordinary cognitive dissonance when it comes to fossil fuels 

The miners may have lost their last strike 34 years ago, and coalmining may now be a distant memory. But they have unquestionably won the culture war; no other industrial dispute has ever been mythologised and romanticised to such a degree.

A lost play about the Battle of Orgreave, the infamous clash between policemen and mine-workers in 1984, is to be staged over three decades after it was written. When I saw the headline (in the Guardian, naturally), my first reaction was: "Oh no, not another one! Please not yet another piece of miners’ strike kitsch." From Billy Elliot to Pride, there are dozens of...

The woke Left suffers an extraordinary cognitive dissonance when it comes to fossil fuels 

The miners may have lost their last strike 34 years ago, and coalmining may now be a distant memory. But they have unquestionably won the culture war; no other industrial dispute has ever been mythologised and romanticised to such a degree.

A lost play about the Battle of Orgreave, the infamous clash between policemen and mine-workers in 1984, is to be staged over three decades after it was written. When I saw the headline (in the Guardian, naturally), my first reaction was: "Oh no, not another one! Please not yet another piece of miners’ strike kitsch." From Billy Elliot to Pride, there are dozens of...

The woke Left suffers an extraordinary cognitive dissonance when it comes to fossil fuels 

The miners may have lost their last strike 34 years ago, and coalmining may now be a distant memory. But they have unquestionably won the culture war; no other industrial dispute has ever been mythologised and romanticised to such a degree.

A lost play about the Battle of Orgreave, the infamous clash between policemen and mine-workers in 1984, is to be staged over three decades after it was written. When I saw the headline (in the Guardian, naturally), my first reaction was: "Oh no, not another one! Please not yet another piece of miners’ strike kitsch." From Billy Elliot to Pride, there are dozens of...