P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2001:01  Rest of the News......... 4/6  ULSTER NEEDS $NTGH  JOBS LAW — KING New legislation to tackle emploqldnt discrimination in Northern Ireland will be "tougher than anything done before", Ulster Secretary Tom King has told MPs. It would break the vicious circle and create a virtuous one where greater employment equality would lead to more fobs for both Catholics and Protestants The Government accepts that Catholics are two-andMhalf times as likely to be snemployed as Protestants. But Mr King stressed that, while he wanted "affirmative action" from employers, he did not want emploqlDnt quotas or reverse discrimination. >>> News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2005:10  Rest of the News........ 1/6  BR P OBESLEVEL  CROSSING CRASH DEATH British Rail has laqnAhed an inqaHry into a fatal accident at an snmanned automatiC level cboscHng in Humberside A man was killed when a car collided with a train at the half-barrier and Kirtgn on the A15N Dhe victim, Mr Anthony HarbNur, 20, of Scunthorpd, was a passenger in the car driven by Mr Derek Green, 29, of Hibaldstow, who escaped qnhqrtN BR says that the crossing was in good worCHng order and it believes the barriers were down at the tim@N >>4 News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:41  Rest of the News.......N 3/6  IRAQ ADMITS USING  CHEMICAL 'FAPONS Iraqi foreign minister Tareq Aziz has admitted his country had ssed chemical weapons in the Gulf WarN But Iraq only ssed them in retaliation against Iran which ssed them first. "I am a frank man, I can say that such weapons were ssed," said Mr Aziz at the end of a visit to West Germany.  Iran has almost finished an under- ground bunker that will pwt its Silkworm missiles in range of any shipping in the Strait of Hormuz. US forces in the Gulf are now studying ways "to take it outb. >>>>> News headlines 101 BreeacHme 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2011:41  Rest of the News ........ 2/6  ROBBED JE'FLLER  LOSES £1m FIGHT A jeweller has lost his High Court fight for compensation after finding out his insurance had run out when thieves stole £1m worth of his stock. Mr Victor Tan, whose shop was in New Bond Street, London, claimed his former insurance brokers had negligently failed to tell him he was not coveredN But Mr Justice Potter said the brokers, Sedgwick Cargo Ltd, had warned Mr Tan and he was not entitled to damagesN Mr Tan's cover ran out days before thieves cut their way in while he was still in the shop in a daring raid like the one in the French film RififiN >>> News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2002:30  Rest of the News.......N 6/6  GOVT CONFIRMS COUNCIL  SPORTS HAND OVER Sports Minister Colin Moynihan has confirmed that council-run sport and leisure centres are to be opened sp to private competition. But councils will retain control over pricing, admission and opening hoursN when the changes take effect from 1992N Mr Moynihan said the decision to let private firms manage council facilities "would lead to greater value for money" Labour's Denis Howell said the package was a "lunatic exercise", a massive distraction to local authorities and a disincentive to sports governing bodies >>>> News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2001:00  Rest of the News........ 1/6  BR P2OBES LEVEL  CROSSING CRASH DEATH British Rail has launched an inqqHry into a fatal accident at an snmanned automatic level crossing in Humberside. A man was killed when a car collided with a train at the half-barrier crossing at Hibaldstow between Brigg and Kirton on the A15N The victim, Mr Anthony Harbour, 20, of Scunthorpe, was a passenger in the car driven by Mr Derek Green, 29, of Hibaldstow, who escaped unhurt BR says that the crossing was in good working order and it believes the barriers were down at the timeN >>>> News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2001:40  Rest of the News.......N 5/6  GOULD U2GES SHIFT  AWAY FROM SOUTH-EASD The dominating influence of the Sou—h- East should be halted by A new cpstem of rechonal goverVlfnt, r—ps shaDNw trade sdcretary Bryal Gosld "The drift in decicHon-making to the South-East and Ghitehall mqst end," he said."And an important part -—bt be to restore local goverNldnt's Esteem "If the MoD was to move to the North -East, imaf@nd the effect this woqld have on thd reGHon's wideb economy. Mr Gould c—id Mrs Thatcher's pled'D to revive the cities had not materialised, pointing out that it had taken her nine months to even appoint a minister. >>88 News headlin@s 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime S—Nrt TV qide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2020:04  Rest of thd ews....... 5/6  GOULD URGES SHIFT  Y FROM SOUT -EAST The dominating influeNBe Nf the Sost@ East should be —@lted by a new cpbtem of recHonal goverlldnt, c—ys shadow trade secretary Bryan Goqld "The drift in decicHol mabHng to the South-East and Ghitehall must end, hd said."And al impor—an— —a—t mebd BD to restorE local govErFlfn—'s estEEmL "If thA MoD was to move to the North -East, imagine the effect this bould have on the recHon's wider ecoNNmy. Mr Gould said Mrs Thatcher's pledge to revave the cities @—d not materialIsed$ pointing out that it had taken Hdr LiFD months to even appoinp a ministe—. >>>> Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide
P117 ORACLE 117 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2001:42  Rest of the News.......N 5/6  GOULD U2GES SHIFT  AWAY FROM SOUTH-EAST The dominating influence of the South\ East should be halted by a new system of regional governlfnt, says shadow trade secretary Bryan Gould. "The drift in decision-making to the South-East and ghitehall must end," he said."And an important part must be to restore local government's esteemN "If the MoD was to move to the North -East, imagine the effect this would have on the region's wider economy." Mr Gould said Mrs Thatcher's pledge to revive the cities had not materialised, pointing out that it had taken her nine months to even appoint a minister. >>>> News headlines 101 Breaktime 120 Newsfile Breaktime Sport TV Guide