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England / Espionage #280731

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 28, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(London, England) Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's use of British law and tradition to stifle public debate on latest spy scandal involving alleged spy Geoffrey Arthur Prime examined; films shown. [Parliament member Don. ANDERSON - notes Thatcher's reticence.] Restrictions on media of British law explained; recent article in "Daily Telegraph" noted not mentioning Prime by name. [Former Govt. Communications Hdqtrs. (GCHQ) employee Jock KANE - recalls being stonewalled on earlier statements about security at Hong Kong office]
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell Artist: Richard Cole

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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