P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:55/23         HAGUE RETREATS FROM DRUGS FINE PLAN 114 Tory leader wants more consultation YUGOSLAVIA EU set to lift saoctions 104 ISRAEL Annan launches peace ojssion 109 RAIL Train delays show 10% increase 115 COTTAGE Man sought after body found 112 FLAT Man held as grenade siege ends 111 RETI D 20,000 NHS nurses asked back 110 WORK Dressing down suits more firms 124 CATCH UP WITH NEWS WHERE YOU LIVE 160 NewsIndex 102 Flash 150 A-Z Index 199 Sci-Tech NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:06/00            GM FIAT IN TALKS OVER DAEWOO OFFER 203 RAILDRACK Delays grow — but no fine 202 OIL Price backs up cost to industry 204 EU O Most Britons "axpect adoption" 204 TAIEOVER SmithKli.— in $1bn US deal 205 ——————————————————————————————————————— FTSE-100 at 0214 Winfers 14 osers 80 ——————————————————————————————————————— FTSE 6301.0 -81.4 at 12:00 Reuters 150 1706.29 -22.02 at 12:14 Dow Jones 10596.54 -128.38 at CLOSE Nasdaq 3361.01 -111.09 at C OCE £/euro 1.6600 + 0.0004 £ $ 1.4470 + 0.0015 ——————————————————————————————————————— Rates 240 Forex 237 Shape 220 Monex 000 ——————————————————————————————————————— Sharacheck 2000 on BBC1 220 City 201 Sci —ch F'bstNess P—g Sport Main M—nu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:49/04       M1 DERBYSHIRE CONTRAFLOW COOTINUING 4{1 ——————————————————————————————————————— TRAVEL A-Z FLIGHT ARRIVALS 440 BBC2 499 ROADS 431 HEALTH TIPS BBC2 460 Regional 437 Weekend BBC2 493 FOREIGN OFFICE ADVICE BBC2 470 RAIL 432 Regional 434 EUROPE South Dbst 433 Travel News BBC2 488 Weekend BBC2 491 Fuel Prices BBC2 489 EVENTS BBC2 490 LONDON TT@NSPORT 436 FERRY@ 435 Weekend BBC2 492 WORLD CLOCK 459 Main Index 100 Full A-Z Index 099 Sci-Tech NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 112 Mon 09 Oct 12:01/42       .! EU SET TO LIFT SANCTIONS ON YUGOSLAFIA The @U is expected to announce thd lifting of sanctions on Xugoslavia following Slobodan Miloqev—c's downfall Foreign Secr—tary Robin Cooc and his EU counterparts are mdeting in Luxembourg to discuss the m—tter. Mr Cook said it was important tg send a strong message to the people of Serbia. Dropping sanctions was a good start He said it was too darly to sdt conditions bpt Mp Milosevic must be h—ld po account for hhs crimes World news —igest and in brief... 142 News Index 102 Flash 150  160 Sca-Pdch N'—stNews S Main Menq
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:39/07       SINGLE PARENTS JOB TARGET SET AT 70% The Government is set to announce a package of support for single parents wanting to go back to work. It will outline lvlti-billion pound fundiog desigfed to find job{ for a{ many as 70% of lone mothers and fathers The package will include a £4.35 a week rise in worchng family tax credit for those with two children. There will also be a new child tax credit worth £1.5bn to 5m households which qualify for it. Parliament and politics digest... 144 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'bstNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/47       GOVERNMENT TO BOOST CHILDCARE SPENDING The Government has announced a big increase in spending on childcare. Annual investment in out-of-school clubs, childminding and other ventures in England will increase from £66m this year to more than £200m by 2003/4. Some 900 new nurseries will be set up in deprived areas of England. Ministers pledge 19,000 childminder start-up grants each year for the next two years, and say by 2004 1.6m child care places will have been creatid. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech NWestNews Reg Sport Main oenu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:40/23        PALESTINIAN DIES AS DEADLINE APPROACHES A Palestinian has been found dead after clashes with Jewish settlers last night near the 'jst Bank town of (blqilya. The latest death comes a{ a deadlinb imposed by Israeli leader Ehud Barak for an end to the violence approaches. Mr Barak has said that if the clashes continue beyond this evening, he will tell his forces to "act accordingly" to protect themselves and civilians. He says he will also abandon peace talks with the Palestinians. World news digest and in brief... 142 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/19      W KOFI ANNAN BIDS TO SAVE PEACE PROCESS United Nations Secrgtary-General Kofi Annan is on his way to the Middle East in an attempt to put the peace process back on track. Mr Annan is expected to meet both Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinjan leader Yasser Arafat. A UN representative is also expected to meet Hezbollah officials to discuss the kidnap of three Israeli soldiers. The rebel group is seeking to swap thfm for Hezbollah prisoners held by Israel. World news digest and in brief... 142 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N N Reg Sport Main Nenu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/14     j77jw1   20,000 NURSES ASKED TO END RE DLENT Up to 20 000 retired nurses havd b—en asked to come back to work to help phe NHS over the —nnual winteptim— supge in ddmand, it has been announced. The Departmdnt of Healph said the offep was p—rt of its ovfrall winter planning Under the plan, nurses who have x—tiped within the p—st fivd years can earn a wage on top gf theip fqll 0—nsigns Dhose ov—x 40  work p—xp-pao— sh—÷q earning pension contributiofs —s hf they were on full-time rates. Homd news dhgest and in bpaaf...& 001 News Hndex 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci- —ch N jstNews Reg Sport Mahn Lenu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/00       @ENAGERSENTENCEDFORRACEATTACK B A teenager has been sent to a xoung offenders' hnstitution for lying about being doused with petrol and set on fire by a racist gang in Oxfordshira. Chris Barton, 18, received a three month sentence after pleading guilty to wasting police time. Barton, of dst Indian origin, told officers he had been attacaed by a gang of white teenagers in Berinsfield. He lied after receiving burns while torching a car he had stolen. Home news dhgest and in brief... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci- bch N'bstNews Reg Spopt Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:10/02        */*-$ FEMALE RELEASED AS ARMED SIEGE ENDS A siage at a block of flats in York has ended peacefully after a man left the building and was arrested by police. Earlier, the man released a female and handed over an object which is believed to have been a fake grenade. The incident in the Groves area of the city began last night and led to the evacuation of around 40 residents. The man had barrica—ed himself inside the building and police believed he had his girlfriend with him. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'jstNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/01        POLICE HUNT MAN AFTER GIRL FOUND DEAD Police are searchi÷g for a missing mbo after the body of a teenage girl was found in an isolated Cornwall cottage. Officers are concerned for the welfare of 44-year-old Stanley Matthews, from the Hatt area, who has not been seen recently. His empty car has been found. The girl's body was found in a bedroom at her home in Hatt, after a concerned neighbour called police. The girl, who was 17, had oot been seen for a couple of weeks. Home news digest and in brief.... 1<0 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'jstNews Sfg Sport Main lenu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:43/23       NO GOVERNMENT CHANGE TO CANNABIS LAWS Downing Street has said that the Govfrnment has no plans to change the law on cannabis. It follows a call fro} Lib Dqm leadex Charles Kennedy to decriminalise it and revelations that seven top Tories u{jd cannabis in their youth. Drugs Tzar Keith He|lawell hbs said a zero-tolerance drugs policy, advocated at the Tory conference, is impractical. Coming down hard on all drug users "just would not worc," he said. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regio÷bl 160 Sci-Tech N N Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/16       HAGUE RETREATS FROM WIDDECOMBE PROPOSAL Tory leader 'jlliam Hague has signal|ed a retreat from plans for automatic £100 fines for possession of cannabis. The proposal was put forward by Shadow Home Secretary Ann 'jddecombe but was undermined when seven Shadow Cabinet members admhtted having used the drug. Mr Hague told the BBC there had been "concerns" about the policy and that there would be further consultation. But he said the Tories were determined "to step up the fight against dzugs"N Parliament and politics digest... 144 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'jstNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:44/04        DELAYS UP 10% IN SIX MONTHS — RAILTRACK Train passengers suffered a 10% rise in delays in the past six months, Railtrack has announced. The comp—ny now faces a multi-million pound fine unless it improves its figures by March. Railtrack said the number of delays was increased by wet weather, a key tunnel closure and sbcurity alarts. It added that investment was at record levels and that freight train performance had improved by 13% Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'jstNews S Main Ldnu
P152 CEEFAX 2 052 Mon 09 Oct 12:33/00        ',/ %/*-$ WOMAN HA GED H H DUMPING BA@Y IN B N A 36-year-old woman is due to ap0—ap in court charged with abandoning h—r new- born baby in a dqstbin in London. The woman went to Paddington police station, west London, to give herself up aftdr a huge app—al in the media. T—e baby was found at St Mary's C—urch in Kensington, on September 13.!@t was discovered crying by a passdr-by. The unemploy—d wom—n h—s b—en charged wit— child abandonnent and will appeap at Horseferry Road Magistrates' oqrt. Hoid news ——gest and hn brief...  News Index 102 Flash 150 Regignal 160 Sci-Tech N —stNews S Maan Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/16       CHALLENGE TO OMAGH BROADCAST DELAYED The husband of a woman killed in the Ombgh bombing is waiting to hear whether his latest bid to prevent the BBC naming the suspects can go ahead. Lawrence Rush is seeking an injunction to stop broadcast of tonight's Panorama His application was turned down by the High Court in Belfast and he is seeking an appeal against the ruling. However, the Attorney General may block the move and take the case up "in the public interest". Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/05        INQUEST OPENS INTO MURDER TRIAL WITNESS A key witness in the Kenneth ooye M25 road rage murder trial was discovered shot dead in his car by his partner, an inquest has heard. Alan Decabral, 40, of Pluckley, Kent, was shot in the head as he sat in a car outside a Halford's store in Ashford. His partner Susan Quinn found him when she returned from shopping on Thursday, the inquest at Ashford was told. It was adjourned to a date to be fixed pending further inquiries by the police Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech NWestNews Rjg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:00/00         WESTWOOD COMPLETES PLAY-OFF PMPH 351 GOLF Fhnal scorecard from —ntworth 353 FOOTBALL Reid and Jacquet ruled out 303 Wengdr would reject job — Hill-Wood 303 Suker will be fit for Scotland game 304 Red Star fined over Leicester match 308 R/UNION Woodward upbeat over series 331 HCKET N Zealand v Zimbabwe latest 343 ——————————————————————————————————————— CEEFAX RESULT FOR KEEGAN PHONE POLL 320 Football 302 Golf 330 Cricket 340 Tennis 330 M/Sport 360 Rugby 370 General 380 Latters 359 Racing 660 CEEFAX SPECIAL FROM MATCHPLAY GOLF 350 News 100 Travel 400 TV/Radio 600 Flash 150 Lottery 555 A-Z Index 189 Sci-Tech N —stNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Mon 09 Oct 12:10/00       MILOSEVIC SON "REFUSED ENTRY TO CHINA" Marko Milosevic is reported to have been refused entry to China after arriving on a flight from Moscow. A Russian airline official said the son of deposed Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic was forced to return to Moscow after "visa problems". He is understood to have flown from Belgrade to Moscow last week. He established a large business empire under his father's rule and is seen by many fellow-Serbs as a criminal. World news digest and in brief... 142 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 Sci-Tech N'jstNews Reg Sport Main Menu