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  1. Possible cuts in the fire service (1995)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Tony Ritchie, the head of the London Fire Authority, about potential cuts in the fire service. London Fire Brigade may have to lose 600 jobs and close four fire stations following a reduction...

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  2. Clinton vetoes spending cuts (1995)

    Genre
    News report; Press conference; Speech

    Catherine Drew reports from Washington DC on President Bill Clinton’s vetoing of the Republicans’ plan to balance the Federal budget with a guarantee to protect health care and social spending, and fears...

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  3. Possible cuts in the fire service (1995)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with an unidentified male speaker, about potential cuts in the fire service. London Fire Brigade may have to lose 600 jobs and close four fire stations following a reduction in Government funding....

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  4. Prisons cuts leads to overcrowding checks abandonment (1995)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Jeff Collins reports on claims the prison service is being forced to scrap its official targets to control overcrowding because of budget cuts. Speakers include: Harry Fletcher, National Association of...

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  5. Prime Minister’s questions (1996)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Parliamentary correspondent, Robert Allen, reports on Prime Minister’s Question Time: Social Security minister Alistair Burt’s attack on a speech by Margaret Thatcher; job cuts in the prison service;...

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  6. Fire fighters contest service cuts (1996)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    A hundred fire fighters told the Government today that cuts in funding for the Fire Service in London will put lives at risk. They handed in a petition with over a hundred thousand signatures at the...

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  7. Kenneth Clarke on spending cuts (1996)

    Genre
    News report; Press conference

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kenneth Clarke, is keen to dispel rumours that he is being sidelined by right-wingers in the Cabinet, by demanding lower spending. He is speaking to the Centre for Economic...

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  8. DSS cuts planned (1996)

    Genre
    Interview

    Ministers are planning a 25% cut in social security running costs. It’s thought that thousands of staff in DSS offices could be replaced with more advanced computers and contracting-out of services. Anna...

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  9. DSS cuts planned (1996)

    Genre
    Interview

    Right-wingers in the Conservative Party have long pressed for radical reform of the social security system to cut public spending. It’s a view supported by Professor David Marsland of the Adam Smith...

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  10. DSS cuts planned (1996)

    Genre
    Interview

    Right-wingers in the Conservative Party have long pressed for radical reform of the social security system to cut public spending. Junior minister John Mackay, Lord Mackay of Ardbrecknish says the proposed...

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