P107 CEEFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 18:41/00       jj5/l4   T@— Aztounjz Cbnjr l hp3 said zh— ma33 presidjnt, Mr Art@ur Scargill. SpeaAing on BBC adio, Sir HicHa—l Hav—rs said most Bpitish p—ople had a Hatred for what he called Mr Scargill's "rantings". He said thj mass of the public were bj@ind t(— polica and supporte— t@—ir handling of thj minjrs stpikj. hj Consjrvativ—s Hav— an —ight pjr cent lead ovjr Labour, according to a Mori poll publish—d in today's Sunday Tim—1. Fewq ind—x N
P107 CEEFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 20:04/00    j5. jj5/l4 [I [ Z   ££!££! Tradj and Industry Secretary Mr Norman Tb—bit has said ha phinks th— minjrs' union may hav— changed its position on phj cloqure of un—conomia pit3. He raid on BB Ra—io 4's @e World This W—ek—nd that h— thought thj NUM may now - under certain conditions - b— be willing to accept their closure. Thj NUM Gen—ral Secretary, Mr Peter Heathfield, was also hnterviewed. Ha said the union was totally oppos—d to
P107 CEEFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 20:10/00       Trade and Industry Secretary Mr Norman Tjbbit has said ha thinks the minjrs' union may havj changed its position on the closure of uneconomic pits. He said on BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekjnd that he thought thj NUM may now - undjr certain conditions - b— be willing to accept their closure. The NUM Genjral Secretary, Mr Peter Heathfield, was also interviewed. He said the union was totally opposed to pit closures but was interested in the idea of binding arbitration by a third third party. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P107 CEEFAP SO 19:5         Th— Attorney Gen—ral has said th— mass of British pjople dhslik— th— Hhn—ps presid—nt, Mr Art(ur Scargill. Sp—aking on BBC Radio, Sir Michael Havjrs said most British pjople had a hatred for whap hj called Mr Scargill's "rantings".
P107 C@EFAX SO 19:50/00 Ha said th— mass of the public wera behind dhe polich and supported their handling of the miners' strik—. Thj Consjrvativjs hav— an eight pjr cent lead ov—r Labour, accor—ing to a Mori poll published in today's Sunday Thmjs. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P107 CEEFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 20:01/01 T—bbit has said he thinks th— min—rs' union may havj chang—d its position on the closure of un—conomic pits. He said on BBC Radio 4's Th— World This jekjnd phat hj thought xh— NUM may low und—r certain conditions be be willing to accept their closure. T(e NUM Gen—ral Searetary, Mr Peter HeathfieLd, was also intervhewe—. Ha said t(e union was totally oppos—d to pit closures but was interested in t@e idea of binding arbitration by a thard third party. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/019
P107 C@JFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 2p:04/01 pit closures but was interested in the idea of binding arbitration by a third third party. News index 102/200 Newsreel 119/219
P107 C FA 007 uN 7 Obt@ up:16 0)            £!£££!££! Trade and Industry Secretary Mr Norman Tjbbit has said h— thinks th— minjrs' u.hon may @ave chang—d its position on the clospre of uneconomic pits. He said on BBC Radio 4£s Th— World This W—ekjnd that h— thought th— NUM max now - und—r ceptain conditions - be be wAlling to accept t(—ir closure. Th— NUM Genjral Secretary, Mr Peter Heathfield, was also hnterviewed. He s!id t(E union was totally opposed to pit closures but was interasted in th— idea of binding arbitration by a third t@ird party.
P107 CEEFAX 103 Sun 7 Oct 08:56/14       British embassy offices in Beirut in Ljbanon are said to be ready to reopjn after the completion of new sjcurity mjasures. Thj Foreign Office had said that thj offices had bjen closed and staff moved while the measzres were carried out. A spokesman said the measures were in line with a policy of keeping security constantly undjr review; hj would not confirm reports of threats being made against Britiuh diplomats in the city. A Foreign Office spokeswoman has said it is hoped the offices will reopen soon. 
P107 CEEFAX 107 Sun 7 Oct 19:51/01       The Attorney Genjral has said the mass of British pjople dislikj the minjrs' presidjnt, Mr Arthur Scargill. Speaking on BBC Radio, Sir Michael Havjrs said most British pjople had a hatred for what hj called Mr Scargill's "rantings". He said thj mass of the public were behind the police and supported their handling of the minjrs' strikj. The Consjrvativjs havj an eight pjr cent lead ovjr Labour, according to a Mori poll published in today's Sunday Times. News indjx 102/202 Newsreel 119/219