A ballot paper given to its members by the Miners' Federation of Great Britain.
In South Wales the majority of miners are in favour of a strike.
Intertitle (a ballot paper): "MINERS' FEDERATION OF GREAT BRITAIN. Ballot Vote. In views of the refusal of the Government to concede the claims of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain for a reduction in the price of Domestic Coal by 14/2 per ton, and an advance in wages of 2/- per shift for members of 18 years and upwards, 1/- per shift for members from 16 to 18 years, and 9d per shift for members below 16 years of age - Are you in favour of Strike Action to secure these claims"?
"For Strike, Against Strike. Please place your X according to you choice in the space provided ..."
Note: There are no moving images used in this story - just a still of the ballot paper. For footage of the Welsh miners voting please refer to story - COAL CRISIS in G 701. AH 2000.