P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:15/43  1/11   CEEFAX presents...            ...a sequence of the main news of the day plus the latest weather...  MoneyFile NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:24/11   2/11     Soviet president Mr Mikhail Gorbachev has arrived in East Berlin for the celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the foundation of East Germany. Mr Gorbachev said he had every confidence that the East German leadership would introduce changes where necessary. He was speaking at an unscheduled news conference in East Berlin after a wreath laying ceremony. Mr Gorbachev said the situation in East Germany - despite the exodus to the 'fst - was not dangerous. More East Germans head Gdst 106/206 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:25/03   3/11     A special train carrying more than 600 East Germans from Poland has crossed the border into West Germany. The emigrants were put on the train after they had taken refuge in the +est German embarsy in Warsaw. In the past month about 45,000 East Germans have crossed to the West by way of Hungary, C:fchoslovakia and Poland. More than 500 East German refugees have crossed the Hungarian frontier to enter Austria on thfir way to West Germany in the past 24 hours. Gorbachev visits E Berlin 105/205 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:25/13   4/11     The Israeli cabinet has rejected a proposal from President Mubarak of Egypt for talks with a Palestinian delegation in Cairo. He wanted them to discuss 10 proposals he had put forward to try to bring about elections in the Israeli- occupied territoriesN Labour ministers tabled a motion recommending acceptance of the offer, but it was defeatedN News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:26/03   5/11     Chancellor of the Exchequer Mr Nigel Lawson has again been defending his decision to increase interest rates to 15%N Speaking on BBC Radio 4 he said those who suggested there was a viable alternative way of controlling the economy were living in "cloud cuckoo land". Mr Lawson said although the policy was unpopular, it nevfrtheless worked. On the same programme Labour leader Mr Neil Kinnock said the interest rates policy was a "shambles". News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News Debate 89 Next Page Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:27/03   6/11     Delegates at the Labour party conference have backed a motion calling for a reduction in the power of the block vote. A motion calling on the national executive to report to next year's conference on reducing the power of the unions was passed by a big majority. The present control of the unions will be reduced to ghwf more power to the constituency party delegates. The conference ended with the singing of the Red Flag and the message that the party was now ready for powerN Conference coverage BBC2 230 Next News NewsIndex Newsreel Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:02/03   7/11     Unidentified gunmen have kidnapped two Swiss members of the International Committee of the Red Cross in south Lebanon, security sources said. Mr Clnanuel Christen and Mr Elio Erriquez were seized from a car outside their offices in the port of Sidon. It is not the first time aid workers have been kidnapped in the Sidon area, where many aid groups are based. A BBC correspondent says they are usually released after the intervention of Sunni Moslem militia leaders whose men control most of the areaN News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:02/11   8/11     Two Burmese students who hijacked a Burmese airliner to Thailand have threatened to blow up the plane. The threat was made after Burma's ambassador refused to meet their demands calling for the release of political prisoners. The hijackers have released 35 of the 85 parrfngers on the plane. The plane was hijacked on a domestic flight in Burma and forced to land at at a military airfield near Bangkok. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:13/17   9/11     Thf IRA murder by mistake of a man in Belfast on Wednesday has been condemned by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Down and Connor, Dr Cahal DalyN Speaking at the funeral of Mr James Henry Babington, Dr Daly described the murder as particularly revolting example of evil. Dr Daly described membership of the IRA and those who voluntarily cooperate in their atlacks as "gravely sinful"N News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash Top Sport
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:10/03  10/11  Forecast for 24 hours from 1200: A band of rain over S Britain will clear later from all parts but the SW. All other areas will be bright with some sunshine and a scattering of showers. These will be most frequent in the N and may be heavy in N Scotland Cloudy weather with rain will follow from the g. OUTLOOK FOR THE FOLLNVING 48 HOURS: Unsettled with rain at times in most areas. Weather Index 151   Resorts Travel gfather BBC Facts
P219 CEEFAX 219 Fri 6 Oct 19:29/10  10/11  Forecast for Saturday N. Ireland, south west England, west ales, western Scotland will havd a cloudy start with heavy rain over the hills During the day cloud anD some rain will movA Castwards into western Scotland and England Central @nd easdern England will be dry with sunny spells. OUTLOOK FOR THE FOL NVJNG 48 HGPRS: Cloud and rain followed by brighter weather from the north Weathdr Index 151   Resorts Travel Weather BBC Facts
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