NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 11, 1981
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(Studio) Continue rioting in England reported; details of last night's violence given. Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's response quoted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(London, England) Police efforts to prevent further rioting in Brixton and last night's riots in several cities examined; films shown.
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour
(London, England) [MAN - asks crowd to disperse.] Last night's violence in Brixton and elsewhere examined as possibly economy-based. [PEOPLE - claim it's a class war against Thatcher.] [July 8, THATCHER - notes lack of justification for violence.] Unemployment situation in Great Britain outlined, discussed. [Parliament members Michael MEACHE, Edward GARDINER - express opposing views on situation.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Sobel