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Britain Elections / Bombing #415660

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 25, 1997
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) An explosion followed by a series of coded bomb warnings in England reported; scenes shown.

(London: Siobhan Darrow) The upcoming British elections featured; scenes shown of British Prime Minister John Major and rival Tony Blair. [SENIORS - say the politicians are out of touch.] [Pimlico School Peter JEFFRIES, "New Statesman" Ian HARGREAVES - say both parties have similar messages; comment on party political strategies.]

(London: Hilary Bowker) Discussion of both candidates and the election issues with "The Guardian" Martin Kettle presented. [KETTLE - talks about various aspects of the election and candidates.]

Bowker, Hilary;
Darrow, Siobhan

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