P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 19:46/10 1975, thf last time the issue was debatdd. Mrs Thatcher, who votdd in favour of a return to capi—al punishment, today unveiled a plaqpd in Nottingham to a 19-year-old policeman who was murdered.
P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 20:10/00         For the third time in 10 years, MPs have rejected a motion to bring back capital punishment. The motion by Tory backbencher Eldon Griffiths was defeated by 362 votes to 243 - a majority of 119. It was a larger margin than many people had predicted - only 10 less than in 1975, the last time the issue was debated. Mrs Thatcher, who voted in favour of a return to capital punishment, today unveiled a plaque in Nottingham to a 19-year-old policeman who was murdered.
P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 00:00/10         For the third time in 10 years, MPs have rejected a motion to bring back capital punishment. The motion by Tory backbencher Eldon Griffiths was defeated by 362 votes to
P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 00:00/14 243 - a majority of 119. It was a larger margin than many people had predicted - only 10 less than in 1971, the last time the issue was debatdd. Mrs Thatcher, who votdd in favour of a return to capital punishment, today unveiled a plaque in Nottingham to a 19-year-old policeman who was murdered.
P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 20:04/00 have refecped a morion to bring back capital pslHshment. The motion by Tory ——Bkbencher EldNn Griffiths was defeated by 362 votds to 243 a majority of 119. It was a larger largin than many people had predicted - only 10 less than in 1971, the last time the issqe was debated. Mrs Thatcher, who 6ftdd in favour of a return to capital punishment, tfday unveiled a plaqp— in Nottingham tf a 19-year-old policeman who was murdered.
P109 CEEFAX 109 Fri 20 Jul 20:13/31         For the third time in 10 years, MPs have rejected a motion to bring back capital punishment. The motion by Tory backbencher Eldon Griffiths was defeated by 362 votes to 243 - a majority of 119. It was a larger margin than many people had predicted - only 10 less than in 1975, the last time the issue was debatdd. Mrs Thatcher, who voted in favour of a