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Europe / Great Britain / Unity Treaty #587951

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 07, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Folkestone, southern England: Keith Miller) British opposition to the treaty to unite Europe featured; December 1990 scenes shown of celebration in the English Channel Tunnel. [Two British CITIZENS - express doubts about being united with Europe.] Scenes shown of British fishermen protesting European competition. [British fisherman Terry NOKES - says European Economic Community hasn't done his business any good.] [Trawlers Association chairman Herbert REED - says he doesn't want other countries telling him what to do.] [Former British Prime Minister Margaret THATCHER - says people feel powers are being given away.] Opposition to the unity treaty in Denmark and Germany noted.

Brokaw, Tom;
Miller, Keith

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