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Parliament / Broadcasts #483840

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 18, 1975
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(Studio) House of Commons agreed to broadcasting some of its debates daily on radio.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) For 1st time, British public hearing what Parliament is like. Excerpts of debates heard. [Conservative leader Margaret THATCHER (voice) asks P. Min. what he proposes to do about inflation.] Background murmurs heard. [P. Min. Harold WILSON (voice) - says lady didn't get to any real problems or solutions.] [THATCHER - says P. Min. can't talk out crisis of nation How much longer will he dodge real issue?] Murmurs heard. Excerpt heard with regard to discussion of sex discrimination bill. Much laughter heard.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

Chancellor, John;
Utley, Garrick

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