P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:23/06   2/9      A Northern Ireland High Court judge is deciding whether to take the first step towards stopping the inquest into the deaths of three IRA men. The men were shot by police six years ago, sparking allegations of a "shoot to kill" policy by the RUC. Solicitors acting for the family of one of the victims have asked the court for leave to apply for a judicial review. They want to overturn the coroner's decision not to call three policemen involved to give evidence in person. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:04/00   4/9       Police in the Irish Republic have found a large quantity of the compound nitro-benzene, which is used in home- made bombs. Thirty drums of the liquid were found in a lorry in County Louth, near the border with Northern Ireland. A man is being questioned by police. A man has been shot and injured in Lurgin in County Armagh. Police say the man is not seriously wounded. There are no further details. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:21/01   7/9      Police are investigating a possible sighting of a man they want to interview about the disappearance of 15-year-old Anna Humphries. A lorry driver has told them he gave a lift to a man resembling David Evans from Winsford in Cheshire to Northwich. Mr Evans, who lived near Anna, was last seen shortly after she vanished. In the meantime a young woman has retraced the journey home from school in the north Wales border village of Penley during which Anna disappeared. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:11/06   8/9      The all-party parliamentary War Crimes Group has produced a report into how alleged Nazi war criminals managed to enter Britain after World War II. It says government ministers and officials in the 1940s were so worried about Britain's labour shortage that immigrants were not rigorously screened Over 90,000 people from eastern and central Europe were recruited to labour schemes in Britain at that time. An inquiry begins next year to decide whether there is enough evidence to bring alleged war criminals to trial. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:12/15   9/9   0600-midnight   on 'fdnesday   Scotland and N Ireland  will be generally cloudy  with light rain or drizzle  in the west.   Mist and fog in England and Wales will lift early  to give brighter weather.    Widespread fog over most  SE England will take , , , longer to lift, but the , , region will be brighter  by the afternoon.  OUTLOOK FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: Cloud and rain edging east. Becoming colder from the north later.  A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index Consumer
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:02/06  1/9     CEEFAX presents...            ...a sequence of the main news of the day plus the latest weather...  MoneyFile NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:00/00   3/9     Mrs Thatcher has left for the United States to bid a personal farewell to President Reagan. She will also congratulate Mr George Bush on his victory in the presidential elections. Mrs Thatcher is expected to talk to him about a common approach to the Soviet Union, now that it has been confirmed that Soviet leader Mr Mikhail Gorbachev will make his first official visit to Britain next month. Mr Gorbachev will also visit the US and Cuba in December. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:20/01   5/9      Nurses unions have claimed a "significant breakthrough" after three health authorities agreed to regradings Some night sisters are being regraded after a three-day strike at St George's Hospital, Tooting, south London. Aabout 80 night staff who were working to rule at Horton Hospital, Epsom, Surrey, have been upgraded. And 20 midwives have been regraded after negotiations in Doncaster. A Department of Health spokeswoman said she doubted nurses had been regraded as a result of industrial action. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:10/00   5/9      Nurses unions have claimed a "significant breakthrough" in their pay battle after three health authorities agreed to regradings. Wandsworth Health Authority has agreed to regradings for night sisters after a three-day strike at St George's Hospital, Tooting, south London. Riverside Health Authority has upgraded around 80 night staff who were working to rule at Horton Hospital, Epsom, Surrey. And 20 midwives have been regraded after negotiations in Doncaster. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Tue 15 Nov 20:01/06   6/9     Israel has said the Palestine National Council's declaration of a Palestinian state is a "smokescreen" for violence. The Israeli foreign ministry said the Palestinian acceptance of a UN resolution implying recognition of Israel used "double-talk" to obscure its advocacy of violence. A number of Arab states have already recognised the newly-proclaimed Palestinian state. But neither Syria nor Libya has yet given it full recognition. News index 102/202 More Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport