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Holland, always the staunchest supporter of British entry into the Common Market, believes the ECC will be given a powerful boost internationally with the UK as one of its members. Barend Biesheuvel, the Dutch Prime Minister left in his first Press interview, tells Richard Brooks that the...
National Coal Board chairman, Derek Ezra, believes that a further rundown in the coal industry will endanger the security of Britain's fuel supplies. His warning comes at a time when Middle Eastern countries are demanding a bigger stake in oil production. Chris Phillips reports.
To Russia with trade. Now that the alleged Russian spies have gone and relations between Britain and the Kremlin are gradually returning to what passes as normal, John Davies is standing by for an invitation to Moscow. The Trade and Industry Secretary, with order forms in his briefcase, was due...
Under the forceful leadership of its new chairman, Richard Marsh, British Rail is thrusting into new freight markets to offset heavy dependence on the declining coal and steel industries. Already, it has profitable contracts for bulk haulage of oil and liquid gases, and Marsh is confident that...
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