P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/11       The British Government has been urged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Government to change its attitude. The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:43/31       The British Government has been urged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Government to changd its atlitude. The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest.
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/21 to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Governmfnt to change its attitude. The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/00       The British Government has been urged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:32/00 Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Government to change its attitude. The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/26       The British Governmfnt has been urged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Governlfnt to change its attitude.
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:44/02       The Brilish Government has been srged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban.
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/02 British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Government to change its attitude. The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:44/01 A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday. Mr Zac Yacoob is in Britain to urge the Government to change its attitude. The six M five Asians and an Indian M took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:32/07       The British Government has been urged to take a more sympathetic line to six South African men taking refuge in the British consulate in Durban. A lawyer representing the men is in London, claiming Britain is trying to coerce them into leaving the building, where they took shelter last Thursday.
P210 CEEFAX 210 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/26 The six - five Asians and an Indian - took refuge having being released from detention, but after hearing of orders for their re-arrest. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219