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Special Segment (The New Battle of Britain) #511626

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 1980
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(Studio) Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's efforts to counteract what she sees as socialist excess in England noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(England) Current unemployment and inflation rates in England mentioned; efforts by Thatcher to remove government coal subsidies examined. [THATCHER - comments.] [MINER - comments.] State of British steel industry considered. [ThATCHER - comments.] Incrd. layoffs in steel industry outlined. [ThATCHER - comments.] Demonstrations meeting Thatcher during her trip this wkend. to coal towns of Wales reported; films shown. Econ. measures taken by Thatcher since her election listed; opposition Labor party said using unemployment rate against her in Parliament. Parliament radio broadcast of exchange between Thatcher and members heard.

Chancellor, John;
Hart, John

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