P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/45  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 Sat 1 Apr 00:03/04   2/9     Mrs Thatcher has said that bringing justice a÷d freedom to all of southern Africa is one of the world's most pressing tasks. Speaking in Malawi near the end of her African tour, she said it was "a time of new hope for southern Africa". She said there was a growing acceptance in South Africa that discrimination based on race and colour must and will end, and that black South Africans should play their part in politics. Mrs Thatcher earlier announced an extra £10 ljllion in aid for Malawi. PM may visit Namibia 104/204 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 31 Mar 23:42/10   3/9      Mrs Thatcher has completed her scheduled tour of African nations, but lby xft make an extra stop in Namibia. Radio South Africa has claimed that Mrs Thatcher has agreed to meet the South African foreign minister Mr Pik Botha in the South African-occupied territory Speaking in Malawi at the end of her tour, Mrs Thatcher said she had yet to decide if she would make the visit. Mrs Thatcher on justice 105/205 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/00   5/9     A two-year-old boy had his arm torn off by a chimp when he tried to stroke it at Lympne Zoo near Folkestone in Kent. Matthew McDaid was taken by helicopter to the plastic surgery unit at a Sussex hospital, but surgeons were unable to sew his forearm back on. Keepers used a tranquilliser dart to stun the chimp so they could retrieve the arm. A spokesman said it was unlikely the animal would be destroyed. Shepway District Council, responsible for health and safety at the zoo, says an investigation has already begun. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:01/00   7/9     A backbench Conservative MP has called on the Foreign Office to hold urgent talks with the Spanish police force. Mr John Heddle was charged with assaulting a police officer and obstruction after being arrested while on holiday near Benidorm. Mr Heddle denies the allegations and claims he was attacked by a policeman while trying to get ledical supplies for his wife. He has made a formal complaint against the officer and is urging the FO to ensure British tourists are protected. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 B—— 1 A—r 00:11/04   8/9    * ,,%  BBC programmes l—y be disrupted or blacked out by sprike action, after 6.5% with other benefits. The unions, w—ich are seeking a 16% pay rise with an extra £400 increase in London weighting, said the offer
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/04 0b(59—(55j5   -, -,,%   BBC programmes l—y be disrupted or blacked out by strike action, after unions rejected a pay rise offer of 6.5% with other benefits. T—e unions, which are seeking a 16% pay rise with an extpa £400 increase in London weighting, sahd t—e offer was "completely unacce0table". Unaon ldmbers have already voted to su0port a series of 20 —our srrikes if a "sigfificanp offer" is not provided. $he unions B@TA, NUJ nd @$PU say the offer is effectively a pay cut as it is below the rate of inflation. News index 102/202 Newsreel   Naxt News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 B—— 1 A—r 00:11/04 unions rejected a pay rise offer of 6.5% wit— other benefits. T—e unhons, which are seeking a 16% pay rise with an extra £400 increase in London weighting, said t—e offer was "completely unacceptable". Union ldmbers have already voted to support a series of 24-hour strikes if a "significant offer" is not provaded. The unions BE @, NUJ and EETPU say t—e offer is effectively a pay cut as it is below th— rate of inflation. News index 102/202 Newsreel 0 8/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BB£2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/05   8/9     BBC programmes may be disrupted or blacked out by strike action, after unions rejected a pay rise offer of 6.5% with other benefits. The unions, which are seeking a 16% pay rise with an extra £400 increase in London weighting, said the offer was "completely unacceptable". Union members have already voted to support a series of 24-hour strikes if a "significant offer" is not provided. The unions BETA, NUJ and EFTPU say the offer is effectively a pay cut as it is below the rate of inflation. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/01   9/9 ]   0600-2400   Saturday   Central, S and E areas  cloudier and cooler than  recently, some sunshine,  showers later.   E coasts of England and E Scotland cloudy with  strong SE wind and mist,   and some drizzle.   NW England, N Ireland, W , , , Scotland bright with some , , sunshine, but showers  likely in some parts. OUTLOOK FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY: £ool and fairly cloudy with some rain in places, becoming brighter with sun.  A-Z Index Misc'lany TV Index £onsumer
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:31/01   3/9      Mrs Thatcher has completed her {cheduled tour of African nations, but lby yet lbke an extra stop in Namibia. Radio South Africa has claimed that Mrs Thatcher has agreed to meet the South African foreign ljnister Mr Pik Botha in the South African-occupied territory Speaking in Malawi at the end of her tour, Mrs Thatcher said she had xft to decide if she would make the visit. She refuses to visit South Africa itself. Tomorrow marks the beginning of the UN- supervised transition to independence for Namibia. Mrs Thatcher on justice 105/205 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 31 Mar 23:43/05   4/9     ££!£££!££! The Department of Trade and Industry says it has asked a Privy Councillor to return what it calls a stolen copy of a report on the House of Fraser takeover. The DTI would not identify the Privy ouncillor, saying he would be expected to return it "otherwise we would assume he had something to hide". The Observer yesterday printed extracts of the report and Lord Young has asked the newspaper to return its copy. It is to return to the High Court on Monday to appeal for a ban on printing the report to be varied or lifted. News index 102/202 More Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:30/07   4/9     Lonrho chairman Sir Edward Du Cann may face court action from the Department of Trade and Industry over a secret report on the House of Fraser takeover. Sir Edward, former Tory MP and party chairman, is reported to have refused to send back all the copies he "might have" of the report. The Observer yesterday printed extracts of the report and Lord Young has asked the newspaper to return its copy. The Lonrho-owned paper returns to court on Monday to appeal against a ban on printing details of the report. News index 102/202 More Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Sat 1 Apr 00:11/06   6/9     Health minister Mr David Mellor has criticised doctors for using too many brand-name drugs, as new figures show prescription costs hitting record highs A Department of Health report says the cost of prescriptions rose by eight per cent in real terms in 0886-7 to a total of £1,537 million. Mr Mellor said he expected GP's to pay more attention to their prescriptions in future with a view to saving money. The British Medical Association is to ask patients to support its opposition to the Government's NHS plans. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV