P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:54:00         ————————————————————————————  PLANS FOR E@ MEMBERSHIP   Six former communist countries were set firmly on the road to full economic integration with the EU on Saturday but told not to expect too much too soon. Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Romania, are all eager to consolidate their links with the union. An EU summit in Essen, Germany, backed plans for the countries to join. ——————————————————————————————————6/15— News headlines 300 News latest 302 gHAT'S THE LOCAL TRAFFIC LIKE? p193 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:58:00         ———————————————————————————  DISABLED PROTEST IN HARRODS   Disabled people were carried out of Harrods when they staged a protest against alleged discrimination. Security staff moved in to eject them from the shop in London's Knightsbridge after they started chanting slogans. Six in wheelchairs plus others able to walk started their protest on the street. They were demonstrating against alleged restrictions on wheelchairs. ——————————————————————————————————10/15 News headlines 300 Regional News 331 SHOWING NOW AT YOUR CINEMA p610 Ch4 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:58:04         ————————————————————————————  PRIZE FOR MIDDLE EAST LEADERS   PLO chief Yasser Arafat joined Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Foreign Minister Shimon Peres to pick up the £620,000 Nobel Peace Prize The ceremony in Oslo is one more milestone along a road that Peres calls "irreversible" and that started with secret talks in Norway itself Earlier Peres, 71, sparked a security scare when he slipped on a tram track. ——————————————————————————————————11/11 News headlines 300 Latest 302 SPORTS NEWS & RESULTS p130 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:59:00         ————————————————————————————  SPAIN HAPPY AFTER EU SUMMIT   Spain will not exercise its veto of EU membership for Austria, Sweden and Finland because they got everything they wanted in a fishing dispute. "We got what we came for," Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez said at the end of a two-day AP summit in Essen "The others agree that we will enter the Common Fisheries Policy as full partners, with no discrimination." ——————————————————————————————————12/15 News headlines 30 News latest 302 CONTRACT JOBS IN I.T. SEE p641 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 21:00:00         ———————————————————————————  TORIES MAY FACE NEg REBELLION   Labour is hoping to encourage a new Tory backbench rebellion next week — over the European "fishing war". Shadow agriculture minister Dr Gavin Strang plans to table a Commons motion during a debate on fishing on Wednes——p He aims to exploit Tory anger at European Union proposals to allow more Spanish fishing boats into British and Irish waters. ——————————————————————————————————13/15 Headlines 300 Regional news 331 SUNDEALS BARGAINS - SEE PAGE 258 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 21:00:14         ———————————————————————————  PRO DST PLANNED FOR SUMMIT   Sinn Fein has pledged to press ahead with plans to stage demonstrations at a major international investment conference in Belfast next week. The party wants greater representation at the two-day seminar which will be attended by the Prime Minister and US Commerce Secretary B "We are being denied the right to have our voice heard," c—id a spokesman. ——————————————————————————————————14/15 Human face behind years of conflict 322 WHAT'S THE LOCAL TRAFFIC LIKE? p193 News focus Latest dgional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 21:01:33         ———————————————————————————  LOTTERY PAYOUT WILL BE £15m   A single winner of the National Lottery will scoop a massive £15m jackpot, according to organisers Calflot. The winning numbers are 26 35 38 43 47 49 bonus number 28. Winners should call 0645 100 000 to collect the jackpot or, if more than one winner, a share of the jacpot total. The total prize pool this week is £35m. ——————————————————————————————————15/15 Guide to the National Lottery 123 WHAT'S THE LOCAL TRAFFIC LIKE? p193 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:02:00     —————————————— UK/WORLD ———————————————    ALL THE LATEST   NATIONAL AND   INTERNATIONAL NEWS N E W S ——————————————————————————————————1/15— News index 301 Regional newsround 345 EVERY WEEK 16 MILLION PEOPLE WATCH TELETEXT ON ITV & CHANNEL FOUR News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:02:20         ————————————————————————————  EURO PEACEKEEPERS TO STAY   Cvropean nations are to keep troops in Bosnia "for as long as possible", but have demanded an immediate ceasefire. EU leaders, meeting at the Essen selnit in Germany, ignored pressure for a withdrawal of troops and instead agreed "to continue the humanitarian effort". But Britain and France insisted their peacekeepers will stay only if a UN arms embargo on Bosnia remains. ——————————————————————————————————2/15— Bosnian Serbs free remaining troops 304 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:03:11         ————————————————————————————  LAST OF PEACEKEEPERS FREED   Bosnian Serb forces have released the remaining 187 UN —dacekeepers detained last month in retaliation for NATO air strikes, a UN official has announced. The release is the latest sign that the Bosnian Serbs appear to have eased their hardline stance. But European leaders meeting in Germany have condemned the Serbs for violating the Bihac security zone. ——————————————————————————————————3/15— EU peacekeepers "to stay in Bosnia" 303 PUT ALL YOUR DEBTS IN ONE BASKET SEE PAGE 538 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:00:11         ————————————————————————————  TOP US HEALTH OFFICIAL FIRED   President Clinton has sacked his top public health official after she said masturbation should be taught in American schools. Ghite House chief of staff Leon Panetta said Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders' comment "was just one too many" controversial remarks. "The President thinks this is not some- thing schools should do," she added. ——————————————————————————————————4/15— News headlines 300 Latest 302 BOOK A DISCOUNTED LONG-HAUL SCHEDULED FLIGHT NOW-ONLY £5 DEPOSIT SEE P275 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:55:01         ———————————————————————————  PASSENGERS DENIED D2 TRIP   More than 1,000 passengers have had plans for a two-day Christmas cruise on the QE2 dashed after the ship was ordered to have more safety tests. Owners Cunard were forced to cancel and offer full refunds of up to £500 a head plus £50 compensation after orders by the Marine Safety Agency and the DoT The QE2 had just had a month-long refit with 2,000 ldn working non-stop. ——————————————————————————————————5/15— Headlines 300 Holidays index 200 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 21:04:12         ———————————————————————————  CHILD MOLESTER IN PALACE CLAIM   A convicted child molester was invited into the home of Prince William and Prince Harry by a Royal butler, it has been claimed. In the News of the World, Eddie Houghton, 43, discloses how he was sneaked into Kensington Palace by Princess Margaret's butler Harold Lodge Buckingham Palace said it will refer the matter to the police. ——————————————————————————————————5/15— News headlines 300 News latest 302 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus atest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:56:21         ———————————————————————————  QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO PEACE MAN   The Qqeen has sent a message of sym—athy to Northern Ireland peace campaigner Gordon Wilson, following the death of his only son in a car accident At the funeral in Enniskillen, hundreds of mourners were told of the message. Peter, 38, died in the accident last Wednesday. It is the sacond tragedy for Mr Wilson, whose daughter Marie died in the Remembrance Day bombing in 1987. ——————————————————————————————————7/15— Headlines 300 Regional news 331 LEECH SOUTH - BRINGING QUALITY HOME SEE PAGE 370 News focus Latest Rdgional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:56:15         ————————————————————————————  ROSE ABANDONS BIHAC VISIT   Rebel Serbs from the Krajina region of Croatia forced the UN commander in Bosnia toabandon his trip to the besieged Moslem enclave of Bihac. "General Sir Michael Rose did not make it through," a spokesman confirmed. The UN spokesmen said Rose turned back towards Zagreb after waiting for over two hours at the first crossing into the Krajina. ——————————————————————————————————8/15— News headlines 300 News latest 302 APOLLO HOLIDAY CLUB SEE PAGE 277 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Dec10 20:57:12         ———————————————————————————  LORD JOSEPH DIES AGED 76   Former cabinet minister Lord Joseph, a key architect of Thatcherism, has died in hospital. The 76-year-old died from chest complaints at Royal Brompton National Heart and Lung Hospital in London, having been in poor health. Wife Yolanda Sheriff and his children were with him. Formerly Sir Keith Joseph, he was made — baron in 1987. ——————————————————————————————————9/15— Spotlight on career of Lord Joseph 321 HOLIDAYS .... SEE PAGE 200 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus