Summary:DISPATCHES tells the inside story of how the security services appear to have conspired against the National Union of Mineworkers during the miners' strike and how media reports aimed at discrediting Arthur Scargill might have been planted by MI5. The NUM offices were bugged,and miners were spied on and had their telephones tapped. Suspicion has fallen on chief executive Roger Windsor that he was an MI5 spy. A story appeared in the Daily Mirror that Scargill used ÌøåÀå?25,000 of Libyan money to pay off his mortgage; however Scargill had no mortgage and the story was found to be nonsense. Windsor is now working in Bordeaux and denied the charges made to him by the Dispatches team.