P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2151:11   SHORE LAUNCHES  BATTLE FOR NEC Labour Shadow Chancellor Peter Shore has called on moderates to overcome the left-wing challenge for the national executive. He accused the Left of seeking to "coerce" MPs into toeing the approved line in a speech signalling the start of a battle for control of the NEC. The Left was working to bring back "the old, failed majority" which reigned on the NEC from 1972 to 1982. If that happened the new leader would be "saddled" with the same problems as Mr Michael Foot and Mr Jim Callaghan, Mr Shore said in Newcastle. Headlines 201 Newsfile 290 Sport 202
P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2200:01   SHORE LAUNCHES  BATTLE FOR NEC Labour Shadow Chancellor Peter Shore has called on moderates to overcome the left-wing challenge for the national executive. He accused the Left of seeking to "coerce" MPs into toeing the approved line in a speech signalling the start of a battle for control of the NEC. The Left was working to bring back "the old, failed majority" which reigned on the NEC from 1972 to 1982, he said. If that happened the new leader would be "saddled" with the same problems as Mr Michael Foot and Mr Jim Callaghan. SPECIAL RECORD OFFER See UGLI RECORDS on page 570
P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2204:04  OF 4/4  THEWEEK   Press g3fveal' to find person quoted "Once the economy starts rising, the forces of recovery are so automatic that forecasters can sleep nights" US economist Otto Eckstein. "My style is military...My aims will be to stamp out vulgar language and sloppy dress" House of Commons Speaker Bernard Weatherill. "I will not pack it in but soldier on, hoping it comes right" Manager Bobby Robson after soccer defeat at Wembley. "I think Mr Robson's compliments about us rather frightened his own side" Danish soccer manager Sepp Piontek. >>>>>
P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2206:04  OF 2/4  THEWEEK   Press 'Rdveal' to find person quoted "Up to this point, we feel we've been shooting where we thought we'd been shooting" Capt Joseph King of US cruiser Virginia, off Lebanese coast. "So it's farewell to all those footy smells in barrack rooms" Lt Col Derek Skinner, on Army's new supersocks. "We must become the people's party once more, not a Socialist Sunday School or a polytechnic seminar" Labour leadership contender Roy Hattersley. "I feel like I've lost a best friend. It's over — the end of my dream" Mr George Meegan, after 19,000-mile walk. >>>>>
P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2205:10  OF 1/4  THEWEEK   Press 'Rdvdal' to find person quoted "Anyone who thinks I am autocratic just doesn't know my colleagues" Liberal leader David Steel. "I shall carry on representing the people of Rochdale, and the rest can get stuffed" Liberal MP Cyril Smith "There is no finer sight than Cyril Smith in full cry — provided he's pointing in the right direction" Liberal party aide Stuart Mole. "People cannot expect work just because they are British" Mrs Thatcher on decision to refit QE2 in West Germany. Quotes compiled by Arthur Clifford>>
P215 ORACLE 215 Sat24 Sep ITN 2204:00  OF 3/4  THEWEEK   Press 'Reveal' to find person quoted "I'm sure many of the Royal Falhly could be put to very useful tasks in our society" Miners' leader Arthur Scargill. "John Gummer has a habit of spraying an issue with morality" Columnist Edward Pearce on new Tory chairman. "The BBC is the one institution totally ill-equipped for the harsh reality of the comldpical world" Yorkshire TV's Paul Fox on BBC pay- television plans. "I'm not satisfied our customers have the best value for money at present" New British Rail chairman Bob Reid >