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  1. Settle to Carlisle line will not close (1989)

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    Interview

    Elena Curti interviews Transport Minister, Michael Portillo on why the Settle to Carlisle line will not now be closed.

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  2. Ulster Loyalists and South African arms trade (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate

    Elena Curti reports on a possible arms trade between South Africa and Ulster loyalists. Foreign Secretary, Sir Geoffrey Howe addresses the House of Commons on the subject. Labour’s foreign affairs...

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  3. Douglas Hurd rules out police reform (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Elena Curti reports on Home Secretary, Douglas Hurd ruling out any major structural changes to the police force, and his view that forces need to work together more and must collaborate further with European...

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  4. Neil Kinnock and new Labour policies (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Labour leader Neil Kinnock’s campaign to set the party on the road to new realism went ahead this morning with a series of policy victories in the crucial National Executive talks. One session saw the...

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  5. George Bush meets Margaret Thatcher in London (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Speech

    US President George Bush has visited London, and claims the relationship between Britain and the United States is as healthy as ever. Margaret Thatcher agrees. Elena Curti reports.

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  6. House of Commons debate on China (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Speech; Parliamentary debate

    In Westminster there has been a united front of MPs condemning the attacks on Chinese students in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Margaret Thatcher spoke of her utter revulsion and outrage at the shootings...

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  7. Timothy Raison on Hong Kong’s British passport holders (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    A former Home Office minister is urging the Government not to make any concessions to allow British passport holders in Hong Kong to settle in Britain. Timothy Raison, who was the minister responsible...

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  8. Sir David Wilson on Hong Kong’s British passport holders (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    The Governor of Hong Kong, Sir David Wilson, says that all three-and-a-quarter million British passport holders in the territory need reassurance that they could take refuge in Britain if they needed to....

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  9. Nigel Lawson warns rail strikes could hit investment (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Elena Curti reports on a statement by Chancellor Nigel Lawson, directed towards the rail unions, that further strikes could jeopardise investment in the railways. He told TUC leaders that it would be hard to...

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  10. Talks on UDR leaks (1989)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Press conference

    Elena Curti reports from Dublin on doubts over the future role of the Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) following a string of leaks to loyalist extremists. A 7 hour meeting of the Anglo-Irish conference...

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