P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:45:10         ———————————————————————————  "TORIES GIVE BRITAIN BAD NAME"   Labour leader Tony Blair has said the "indisciplined shenanigans" of the Tory Party are harming Britain's interests on the world stage. Mr Blair hit out following John Major's G7 swlljt, scxjng the loser from such behaviour "was not just the Conservative Party but Britainb. Mr Major pointedly refused to comment on Mr Blair's observations. ——————————————————————————————————2/15— Headlines 300 Politics 325 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun20 00:01:57         ———————————————————————————  DRIVER DIES IN POLICE EXERCISE   A 21-year-old female pasenger died when an unmarked police car on a training exercise collided with her car. The Met Police car was taking part in a "following exercise" as part of an advanced driver training course when it crashed on the A10 at Harston, Cambs. Cambridgeshire police, who are investigating the crash, said the woman was believed to be from Hertfordshire. ——————————————————————————————————3/15— Headlines 300 Regional 331 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:45:50         ———————————————————————————  LABOUR LOSES IRAN ARMS VOTE   Labour demands for an independent judicial inquiry into the arms-to-Iran affair has been defeated in the Commons Treasury boss Jonathan Aitken, a former non-executive director of the BMARC arms firm, sat silently as Labour attacked his role in the affair. The Opposition's bid was thrown out by 291 to 267 votes, a Government majority of 24. ——————————————————————————————————7/15— FACTFILE The questions over arms 324 SHOWING NOW AT YOUR CINEMA p610 Ch4 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:48:08         ————————————————————————————  EU PUTS CURRENCY BACK TO 1999   Chancellor Kenneth Clarke has suggested three names for the single European currency — which the Government refuses to say if Britain will join. He put forward names reflecting the UK's heritage — the Crown, the Florin and the Shilling — when EU finance ministers met in Luxembourg. No decision was taken, but the EU decided against a 1997 launch. ——————————————————————————————————8/15— Headlines 300 City 500 C4 APOLLO HOLIDAY CLUB SEE PAGE 277 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:49:25         ———————————————————————————  GREENPEACE PAIR HELD AT AIRPORT   Two pilots for Greenpeace have been arrested, days after a daring helicopter raid to drop activists on board the Brent Spar oil installation. The two Germans were arrested when they landed to refuel at Prestwick airport, the pressure group said. They had been involved in attempts on Friday to halt plans by oil giant Shell to sink the disused rig in the Atlantic ——————————————————————————————————9/17— Headlines 300 Politics 325 HOLIDAYS n... SEE PAGE 200 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:41:04         ————————————————————————————  EU TIGHTENS FERRY SAFETY LAWS   Tougher ferry safety rules across Europe have been hailed as a significant step to avoiding another Herald of Free Enterprise disaster. The measures, approved by EU transport ministers meeting in Luxembourg, will be introduced in July, 1996. They will oblige ferry companies to sign up to a strict safety code if they want to operate from EU ports. ——————————————————————————————————10/15 Headlines 300 World briefs 318 THE FAST WAY TO SELL YOUR CAR P395 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:51:10         ———————————————————————————  gH SMITH WITHDRAWS VIDEO   WH Smith has withdrawn a video featuring 21 real-life executions after the film's makers were accused of sensationalising the subject. Human rights charity Amnesty International said it had pulled out of the project after seeing its approach. But N—lds Ferman, director of Britain's film censor, later defended the film as serious and bnot a video nastyb. ——————————————————————————————————11/15 Headlines 300 Regional 331 NEW! INTERACTIVE TALKBACK SERVICE SEE PAGE 387 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:52:11         ———————————————————————————  COUNCIL EXPOSED BY REPORT   Monklands council has been found guilty of nepotism and unfair spending in an independent report by a top QC. Some allegations were so serious they are to be investigated by the Crown Office in Scotland — with the council facing possible prosecution. The Labour-held council stands accused of corruption, nepotism and sectarian bias over the past five years. ——————————————————————————————————12/15 Headlines 300 Regional 331 FREE CD (just pay p&p) p353 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:50:53         ————————————————————————————  KING THANKS UK TRUCK HEROES   Two British lorry drivers have been thanked personally by King Albert of Belgium for rescuing victims of a gas blast which wrecked a service station. Former Para Alan Sharpe, of Nottingham, snatched three seriously inbured people to safety in the explosion at Eynatten. The King also congratulated John Piff, of Swindon, who helped Mr Sharpe with one of the rescues. ——————————————————————————————————13/15 Headlines 300 World in brief 318 HOLIDAY OFFERS - ABROAD TRAVEL P262 News focus Latest Pdgional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:41:12         ————————————————————————————  SERBS RETAKE VITAL ROAD   Bosnian Serb soldiers have regained control of a key supply route thought to have been cut by Bosnian government forces, a UN has reported. "The road between Pale and Sarajevo is under Serb control," said Phil Corwin, the UN head of civil affairs for Bosnia "There were no craters, no damage to the road and we were able to come back without any problems." ——————————————————————————————————14 06 Headlines 300 Latest 302 NEW! INTERACTIVE TALKBACK SERVICE SEE PAGE 387 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:40:10         ———————————————————————————  CHANGE THOSE PANTS — SURVEY   One in 10 British men wear the same underpants two or three days running — and one in 100 wear them all week. But the report, by Survey Research Associates, shows that surprisingly large numbers of women seem happy with the smell of honest perspiration. One in six women said they also went three days without a bath or shower, according to the 1,000 adults quizzed. ——————————————————————————————————11/15 Headlines 300 It's Your Life! 480 C4 SEND A PERSONAL MESSAGE PAGE 388 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun00 00:00:10     —————————————— 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 Jun19 23:46:11         ———————————————————————————  DOCTORS CLOSE TO ACTION   Family doctors moved closer to a ballot on sanctions after talks aimed at settling the dispute on out-of-hours pay broke down. Thdre is said to be "bitter disappointment" among GP leaders over the meeting with Health Minister Gerald Malone in London. GPs have already rejected a Government pay package for round-the-clock care. ——————————————————————————————————5/15— Headlines 300 It's Your Life! 480 C4 COMMS/PC APPOINTMENTS SEE p641 (Ch4) News focus Latest Regional TV Plus
P319 Teletext 319 Jun19 23:45:10         ———————————————————————————  MPs "MISLED" OVER ARMS-T0-IRAQ   Sir Richard Scott said the Government "designedly misled" MPs and the public in the arms-to-Iraq affair, according to a draft report leaked to ITN. There was "deliberate" failure by the Government to inform MPs its policy on defence sales had been eased, it claims The Government is accused of "Nelsonian use of the blind eye" in ignoring warnings UK tools were helping Iraq. ——————————————————————————————————6/15— Headlines 300 Regional 331 NEW!! PERSONAL MESSAGES SECTION P397 News focus Latest Regional TV Plus