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Britain / Elections #29038

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 08, 1974
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(Studio) Ford Motor Company announces layoff of 4000 workers in plant near London, England. Action causes new problems for Prime Min. Harold Wilson's Labor party Elections only 2 days away. Voter apathy high.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Gravesend, England) Labor party's John Ovenden campaigns to gain back his seat in Parliament; Conservative party's Richard Needham campaigns hard against Ovenden. Liberal party looked at more closely in this election; most people sick of Labor and Conservative ptys. [NEEDHAM - plans to help homeowners if elected.] Many Britishers intend to ignore all candidates.
REPORTER: George Watson

Reasoner, Harry;
Watson, George

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