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  1. Customs officers on strike (1987)

    Genre
    Interview

    Customs officers are on strike. Garry Turvey of the Freight Transport Association says the strikes are causing enormous damage, particularly to the country’s export contracts. He says the customs officers...

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  2. Easter work-to-rule in Customs & Excise dispute (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Union representative Judy McKnight on the planned work-to-rule by Customs and Excise officers which will cause chaos at airports and docks over the Easter weekend unless the Government puts in an increased...

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  3. Iraqi supergun seizure (1990)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with UK Customs Chief Investigations Officer Douglas Tweddle about the seizure in Middlesbrough of a weapon destined for Iraq although an arms embargo remains in place. The gun was confirmed as...

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  4. Customs seize Iraqi nuclear triggers (1991)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Report on UK and USA customs operations stopping Saddam Hussein receiving nuclear bomb detonators in Iraq which could have been used in the recent Gulf war and a trial of the chief of a British company...

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  5. Anthony Steen on a free port for Britain (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Conservative MP, Anthony Steen discusses the benefits of a free port in Great Britain, with reference to taxation benefits, lack of bureaucracy, employment opportunities and businesses avoiding Customs and...

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  6. Massive cannabis haul in Channel (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with customs officer John Chapman, following the seizure of fifteen tons of cannabis, worth £37million, in the English Channel, Britain’s largest ever haul of the drug. The Honduran-registered...

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  7. Nature of Culture, The (1994 Video)

    Subject
    Anthropology
    Distribution
    Out OF Distribution, Videocassette. VHS. col. 30 min., 1999 sale: £12.75 (+VAT inc. p&p)

    Studies the diversity of cultures which have evolved, flourished and, in some instances, died in ages past and present. Human beings are shown to be dependent upon culture’s customs and patterns, not only...

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  8. Civil service cuts (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Jon Pennington of the customs group of civil servants on pay demands, and the struggle to stop the budget cuts and employ more customs staff.

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  9. Customs officer jailed for revenge attack inspired by book (1993)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Tim Crook reports from the Old Bailey on the case of an indecent assault of a female manager by a customs officer for revenge for not being promoted, inspired after he read the book Red Dragon by Thomas...

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  10. Cannabis raid in Cornwall (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with customs officer Terry Byrne on a raid on cannabis smugglers in Cornwall, after a tip-off regarding the Guiding Light vessel. Male interviewer not identified.

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