P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:00:02    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   ROAD RAGE Nearly all motorists think road rage should become a statutory offence, according to a new survey from the RAC and Auto Express magazine. BIRDS The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has set up a phone line which will allow people to hear birds' dawn cries at any time of day. PROTEST Firefighters in Essex have mounted their sixth strike in a long- running protest at £1.5m budget cuts. ——————————————————————————————————1/6—— W SEE p350 FOR THE CHANCE TO 'JN A SONY PLAYSTATION, OR NINTENDO 64 World Headlines Regional TV Plus
P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:00:10    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   CRIME A 34-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with an incident in which a man was shot in the leg with a crossbow bolt in Littleport, Cambs. RELIGION Vicars' wives think their husbands are overworked and underpaid, according to a new survey. EDUCATION Nearly 2m schoolchildren take National Curriculum tests in maths, English and science, starting this week ——————————————————————————————————2/6—— LATEST MOTORWAY INFORMATION p192 World Headlines Regional TV Plus
P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:01:43    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   ATTACK Two men are in custody after a double stabbing in Brighton. Both victims are being treated in hospital. ELECTION Former MP Neil Hamilton has denied reports that he faces financial ruin in the wake of his unsuccessful campaign against Martin Bell in Tatton. PAINTING New Heritage Secretary Chris Smith said "serious questions" needed to be asked about the fire at the Royal Academy in London. ——————————————————————————————————3/6—— LATEST MOTORWAY INFORMATION p192 World Headlines Regional TV Plus
P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:00:11    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   POLITICS New 'flsh Secretary Ron Davies is forecasting strong backing in Wales for the Government's devolution plans. VOYAGE £1m replica Tudor sailing ship the Matthew has left from Bristol to recreate the 1497 voyage of John Cabot that led to Newfoundland's discovery. TORY Former MP Michael Portillo has admitted he might never return to politics after losing his Enfield Southgate seat to Labour. ——————————————————————————————————4/6—— LATEST MOTORWAY INFORMATION p192 World Headlines Regional TV Plus
P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:01:10    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   PLEA The new Labour Government has received its second petition — from the 120,000-strong Ramblers' Association which wants "freedom to roam". APPEAL Former gangland boss Reggie Kray has called for an inquiry into his twin brother Ronnie's death. GAS A leak of inflammable naptha gas from ICI's Seal Sands site in Cleveland shut two roads and forced residents to stay indoors. ——————————————————————————————————5/6—— LATEST MOTORWAY INFORMATION p192 World Headlines Regional TV Plus
P317 Teletext 317 May 5 00:30:05    Home news   in brief    ————————————————————————————  Headlines 300 News index 301   DEATHS Two bodies discovered in the Scottish Highlands in the space of 24 hours appeared to have been there for some time, police said. LAW Britain's shrinking police force may be losing its authority following the dropping of minimum height rules, a senior officer has warned. ——————————————————————————————————6/6—— LATEST MOTORWAY INFORMATION p192 World Headlines Regional TV Plus