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CU Grimond speaks
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CU Grimond speaking
CU Ray Gunter (STILL)
SCU Wilson speaking
TRANSCRIPT (SEQ 3):GRIMOND:- "We have read with distress the accounts in the papers of this court which has been intimidating workers who, in our view at any rate, are standing up for their ordinary rights. I have no doubt that the laws of the land ought to be applied to cases of this sort as they would be infringements of freedom, whoever does them and in whatever circumstances. I have said that we must ensure that the law of this land prevents the type of thing which has been going on, going on apparently without sufficient opposition."
COMMENTATOR discusses Cowley dispute
WILSON (SEQ 8):- "There are those who would have us abdicate from any position of influence outside Europe. There are others, powerful voices. There are even those who think that we and Europe should move awy fron the Atlantic Alliance and set up a separate European deterrent striking power of which Britain would be a part. Let me warn you against dangerous talk of this kind. Not only would it destroy what we've built up but it would be a standing provocation to countries in Eastern Europe, who can never forger what they suffered a quarter of a century ago. It would be the end of any of the hopes, which after my Moscow visit, I feel are real hopes, of easing tension in Europe."
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