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  1. John Silkin on surplus butter sales to USSR (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Agriculture Minister John Silkin, about the controversial sale of surplus EEC butter to the Soviet Union. Male interviewer not identified.

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  2. John McMichael says butter is fine (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Sir John McMichael says there is no evidence that polyunsaturated fats offer protection against heart disease, and that vegetable oils may be harmful. Male interviewer not identified. Sound level low.

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  3. Butter subsidy debate (1979)

    Genre
    Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Parliamentary debate featuring Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Peter Walker and his Labour shadow Roy Mason on a deal on the EEC butter subsidy following European negotiations in Luxembourg.

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  4. Robert Muldoon on threat to New Zealand’s lamb and butter exports (1984)

    Genre
    Interview

    New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Sir Robert Muldoon, discusses the country’s exports. He explains that an arrangement expired at the end of last year and it is now rolling over on a month-to-month basis. A...

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  5. Neil Kinnock on giving away butter (1984)

    Genre
    Interview

    Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock talks about giving out thousands of free packets of butter in protest against the EEC common agricultural policies (which have led to massive food surpluses). Female...

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  6. John Gummer on the European butter mountain (1986)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on Common Market agiculture ministers’ plan to dispose of the EEC butter mountain. UK Agriculture Minister, John Gummer explains the problem to be addressed. Male reporter not identified.

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