P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 00:10/08 Speaking in a radio interview, Dr Garrett FitzGerald said the remarks, about the RUC, had been tak—n out of context and p—rhaps did not merit th— reaction Dublin had givjn them. Mr Hurd had said that the RUC was becoming more acceptable to the community as a whole. The Irish govjrnmjnt had protested to th— British ambassador that this ran counter to its own information.
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 20:11/00       The Irish Prime Minister has admitted that a protest madj about remarks from the njw Northjrn Ireland Secretary Mr Hurd was hasty and a mistakj. Speaking in a radio interview, Dr Garrett FitzGerald said thj remarks, about the RUC, had been takjn out of context and pjrhaps did not merit the reaction Dublin had givjn them. Mr Hurd had said that the RUC was bjcoming more acceptable to the community as a whole. The Irish govjrnmjnt had protested to the British ambassador that this ran counter to its own information.
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 00:10/02     jj5/l4   The Irish Prime Minister has admitted that a proteqt madj about remarks from the n—w North—rn Ireland Secretary Mr Hurd was hasty and a mhstakj.
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 20:00/02       Th— Irish M that a protest Hade about reEapks from th— new North—rn Ireland Secretary Mr Hupd was hast9 and a mi1takj. Speaking in a radio Interview, Dr Garrett FitpGerald sai— tP— rePapks about the RUC, h!d b——n takjn out of context and p—rhaps did not m—rit thj reaction Dublin h!d giv—n t em. Mr Hurd had sai— t@at the RUC was b—coming more acceptable to the community as a whole. The Irish govjrnm—nt had protested to the British ambassador that t@is ran countep to its own information.
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 19:52/01 that a protest made about remarks from the njw Northjrn Ireland Secretary Mr Hurd was hasty and a mistakj. Speaking in a radio interview, Dr Garrett FitzGerald said thj reYarkv, about the RUC, had been takjn out of context and pjrhaps did not merit thj reaction Dublin had given them. Mr Hurd had said that t(e RUC was becoming more acceptable to the community as a whole. The Irish government had protesteh to thj British ambassador that this ran counter to its own information.
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 20:10/00     @  jj5/l4  C Th— Irish Prim— Minister has admitte— that a proteqt madj about remarks from the n—w Nort(—rl QrEland SecrEtary Mr H5pd was hasty and a mhstake. Sp—a+ing in a radio interview, Dr Garrett FitpGerald s!id th— reHar+s, about th— RUC, had been ta+—n out of context and p—phaps did not mjrit th— reaction Dublin had givjn t(—m. Mr Hurd had said that th— RTC was bjcomhng more Acceptable to th— commpnity as a whole. h— pish gov—rnHjnt @ad ppotested to thj British ambassador that t(is ran
P116 CEEFAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 20:15/07 community as a whole. The Iriuh govjunment had protested to thj Britiuh ambassador that this ran counter to its own information.
P116 CE@FAX 116 Sun 7 Oct 20:05/02      E   The Ipish M t(at a protest made about remarks from th— njw North—rn Ireland Secretary Mr Hur— was Hasty and a Histak—. SpeaBing in a radio interviaw, Dr Garrett FitxGerald said th— remar+s, about thj R@C, had b—en tak—n out of context and pjrhaps did not m—rit thj reaction Dublin had giv—n t(—m. Mr Hupd had said t(at th— RUC was bjcoming more acceptable to th—