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The coal-owners posted notices of reductions in wages and increases in hours of work and the miners were locked out on 1 May 1926. Three days later the TUC called a general strike in support of the miners. The strike lasted nine days and was accompanied by considerable violence. On 12 May the TUC called off the General Strike. It had failed to get the miners to accept a draft set of recommendations which closely followed the recommendations of the 1925 Samuel Commission and it was frightened of the charge that the strike was political and not industrial in intent.
The men refused and the County Officials then regarded the dispute as a lockout and began to pay strike pay. An injunction was applied for against theY orkshire Miners' Association by a worker at the pit named Howden who alleged that funds were being misapplied. The injunction was granted and the strike pay which had been granted from 24 August 1902 ceased in February 1903. The strike then began to collapse and ended in March 1903. The Dena by and Cadeby Colliery Company sued the Yorkshire Miners for damages.
In 1920 the post-war boom ended and the slump began at the time the coal-owners and the miners were preoccupied with the nature of the future wage structure. The miners wanted to consolidate various wartime increases and the post-war additions and allow future changes to take the form of flat rate increases or decreases which would narrow differentials. They also wanted to retain a system of pooling revenues so as to perpetuate cross-subsidisation, but the coal-owners were opposed to these proposals.