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Britain / Common Market #454510

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 27, 1971
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(Studio) British Parliament will decide if Britain to be in European Common Mkt. Premier Edward Heath pledges conservative government to make that move. Opposition comes from some of Labor party
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Rallies held for and against Mkt. Trade union says number 1/3 population for; 1/2 against and rest undecided; believes Parliament will approve move. [SPKR. - says people afraid we'll lose sovereignty.] [2nd SPKR. says people don't know what they're talking about.] [3rd SPKR. - says it's got to be done.] [4th SPKR. - says good for young, not elderly.] [5th SPKR. - says hope they don't get in. ] Britain unconvinced.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

Chancellor, John;
Scherer, Ray

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