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(Studio) Continued urban violence in England, include spread to Dundee, Scotland, reported; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Liverpool, England) Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's tour of Liverpool examined; films shown. [THATCHER - expresses support of police.] No. currently awaiting trial in connection with riots mentioned. [Community LDR. - comments on meeting with Thatcher.] General situation discussed.
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell
(Studio) Thatcher's remarks about riots during parliament debate last week recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(London, England) Soc. and economy causes of riots considered; films shown. Racial issues played upon by extremist orgs. such as the neo-Nazi National Front examined. [MAN - notes tension caused by unemployment.] Thatcher's econ. policies said offering no hope in near future; situation existing in inner city slums examined. Extent of riots outlined on map. [THATCHER - cites difficulty in finding solution to high unemployment.]
REPORTER: Tom Fenton
- Fenton, Tom;
- Rather, Dan;
- Tunnell, Doug
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