Arthur. born 1938, British trades union leader; president of the National Union of Mineworkers (1982–2002). He led the miners in a long and bitter strike (1984–85), but failed to prevent pit closures
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How to use Scargill in a sentence
The thing that made her a hero to the right was undoubtedly the way she took on and beat Arthur Scargill and the unions.
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