P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2204:55  OF 13/14  THEWEEK   Press 'Reveal' to find person quoted "Anyone who thinks I am autocratic fust 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>>
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2151:15  13/14  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
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2100:01  2/14  OWEN APPEALS FOR  UNITY ON DEFENCE SDP leader Dr David Owen has given a clear warning that the Alliance must have an agreed defence policy before the next general election. He told the Liberal Assembly in Harrogate that the Parties had to "set our sights on the future, starting to forge a security policy for the 1990s". But he added that the Alliance had to make some tough, short-term decisions on the deployment of American Cruise missiles in Britain. And in a warning to unilateralists in the Liberal Party he said Labour's non- nuclear defence policy had cost them "millions of traditional voters".
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2100:14  3/14  'NO VISIT' DOCTOR RAPPED  A doctor has been severely reprimanded for telling a woman who had a miscarriage to walk to his surgery. The Solihull Practitioner Committee also cut the doctor's NHS pay by £1,000 It said the doctor, who was not named, had provided "an extremely low standard of care". The woman told the committee she had been bleeding and thought she had lost her baby. But when her husband telephoned the doctor he refused to visit and said she should walk to the surgery, from where she had to find her own way to hospital
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2112:15  7/14  USA ACCUSES  BULGARIAN OF SPYING The FBI has arrested a Bulgarian on spying charges after seizing highly sensitive US government documents. FBI director William Webster said the Bulgarian was held after dining with an American in a Manhattan restaurant. Mr Webster said 41-year-old Penyu Kostadinov had close links for a year with the American, who was co-operating with the FBI. Bulgaria has demanded Kostadinov's immediate release, saying he is only a trade official and not a member of the state security system. PAGE 567 FOR A MAJOR NEW FEATURE
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2103:05  5/14  POLICE LOOK AFTER  'DUMPED' CHILDREN Five children dumped at a London council meeting by social workers were being looked after by women police officers. A Lambeth council official was visiting the children's home in West Norwood to make sure they were comfortable. The children, aged 12 to 16, were spending a second night in the home because of an industrial dispute. Earlier, social workers had left the children at Brixton Town Hall. The social workers said there was no one to look after them due to an overtime ban in a row over conditions.
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2140:01  12/14  COMPUTER FORECASTS  KINNOCK WIN Mr Neil Kinnock has said that computer forecasts indicate a first-ballot victory for him in Labour's leadership election next week. He said in Dundee that he was more than "quietly confident of success". Mr Kinnock refused to say if he would prefer Mr Michael Meacher or Mr Roy Hattersley as his deputy. But he said he would "be the boss" in whatever partnership emerged. "An uncompromising result would be extremely useful for the advance of the Labour Party and a good basis from which to work," he added.
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2200:01  8/14  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
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2110:01  6/14  SNOWDON ATTACKED  BY CAR GANG Police are hunting a four-man gang who attacked Lord Snowdon and temporarily blinded him by squirting an unknown substance in his eyes. The incident happened at traffic lights in West Kensington, London. The 53-year-old Earl was in the back of his chauffeur-driven limousine when a blue transit van drew up alongside and the shock attack took place. He suffered no permanent injury. The van sped off before its occupants could be identifiedN COME AND MEET ORACLE AT THE GREAT HOME ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACULAR p167
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2151:11  14/14  LONDON TO PARIS  RECORD BID FAILS Briton Tim Ridgway failed by one minute 58 seconds to break the world record for travelling from Marble Arch to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Tim travelled by jet fighter,helicopter and motorbike to try to smash the record of 40 minutes 40 seconds set by the RAF in 1959. He touched down at Le Bourget airport in a privately-owned Hawker Hunter jet and was then whisked by helicopter to a heliport in the Paris suburbs. Traffic lights were held at green and Tim was given a police escort as he roared towards the Arc de Triomphe on a motorbike at speeds of 130mph.
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2101:11  4/14  FIVE JAILED OVER  SEVESO DISASTER Five Italian former chemical plant managers have been jailed for their part in the dioxin disaster at Seveso. But a three-year remission of sentence was given to each of the defendants, whose lawyers said they would appeal. The five, who are on bail, received terms ranging from two to five years. Four of the men were found guilty of wilful omission to prevent the blast at the plant in 1976. A fifth was convicted of involuntary negligence. Poisonous dioxin released in the explosion caused skin diseases in children and killed 5,000 animals.
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2111:05  9/14  BEIRUT: ARMY SHELLS  MOSLEM SUBURBS The Lebanese army, using tanks and artillery, was again battling with Shi'ite Moslem militiamen near Beirut airport. The army surrounded and shelled Moslem suburbs next to the airport after militiamen captured 30 army officers and soldiers, local residents said. A US Marine helicopter came under rifle fire and hit back with machine-guns. Britain, France and Italy were reported to be trying to secure a ceasefire in concert with Saudi efforts but hopes were fading with the renewed clashes. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY — PAGE 159 FOR CAROUSEL'S BIG MONEY SAVING FEATURE
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2100:05  11/14  UNION URGES MINERS  BACK TO WORK Striking Yorkshire miners have been urged again by union officials to go back to work. The unofficial strike, which has closed 16 pits, is over one man at Dodworth Colliery, who was sacked then offered a job at nearby Barrow. The NUM's Yorkshire area council reaffirmed its decision that Mr George Marsh should accept the Barrow job, pending an inquiry. Delegate Howard Wadsworth said: "We hope the men at Mr Marsh's pit, Dodworth will go back. Their way is not the right way," Headlines 201 Newsfile 290 Sport 202
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2150:04 ADVERTISEMENT Newsround follows > 1/14               For updated flight arrival information at Heathrow see page 176
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2126:59  6/14  MILK BILL 'BEING  RUSHED THROUGH' MilSlfn fear the Government is rushing through legislation which could threaten doorstep deliveries. Mr Garfield Davis of USDAW, which represents more than half Britain's milkmen, said a ban on imported milk would be lifted on November 16. He claimed Agriculture Minister Michael Jopling would be placing an order before Parliament on October 28. "Mr Jopling is trying to cut the veins of the dairy industry before the public or MPs know what is going on," he said.  COME AND MEET ORACLE AT THE GREAT HOME ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACULAR p167
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2133:01  8/14  MAIL TRAIN RAIDERS  STRIKE AGAIN Mail train raiders have struck for the fourth time in four weeks in the Midlands. But the latest raid on a parcels train from Birmingham to Crewe was unsuccessful. Two men were seen jumping from the train when it stopped at a signal outside Wolverhampton. But a mail bag found by the track was still intact. Liverpool MP Robert Parry has called for an urgent review of security on the Liverpool to London line.  SPECIAL RECORD OFFER See UGLI RECORDS on page 570
P299 ORACLE 299 Sat24 Sep ITN 2111:11  10/14  EXPELLED RUSSIANS  HAD IRA CONTACTS Three Russians expelled from the Irish Republic two weeks ago had established contact with the IRA, according to security sources in Dublin. The trio, two senior diplomats and the wife of one of them, were thrown out for "unacceptable activities". They are thought to have met IRA chiefs in Ulster after crossing the border — possibly to trade arms for military intelligence. Later the IRA denied any connection with the Russians  AMAZING VIDEO TAPE OFFER — SUMMER BARGAIN FROM MULTIBROADCAST p246