NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 10, 1981
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(Studio) Beginning of urban violence in England last Friday recalled.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(London, England) Riots today in Brixton examined; films shown. Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's meeting with Southall leaders with regard to last week's riots in area discussed. [THATCHER - condemns fascist orgs.] [Labor party spokesperson Eric HEFFER - condemns Thatcher's policy.] Today's Parliament session mentioned. [Conservative party spokesperson John WHEELER - doesn't consider unemployment responsible for rioting.] Current unemployment rate in England mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Mallory
(Manchester, England) Continued violence here examined; films shown. [Home Secretary William WHITELAW - discusses reasons for violence.]
REPORTER: David Phillips
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