British Prime Minister Edward Heath today (Tuesday) wound up two days of talks with West German leaders.
British Prime Minister Edward Heath today (Tuesday) wound up two days of talks with West German leaders. The talks were mainly concerned with Britain's negotiations for membership of the European Economic Communities.
Tonight, Mr. Heath was due to give a dinner in honour of Chancellor Willi Brandt. The two men concluded their final talks in the morning, and in the afternoon Mr. Heath gave a press conference.
Mr. Heath repeated his earlier warning, given at a dinner on Monday night, and apparently addressed to all Western Europe, that if the opportunity to enlarge the Common Market was missed, it might not be there to pick up again in a year or two's time.
Herr Brandt's comments on the talks, in a prerecorded interview, were serviced yesterday in Visnews Production 3712/71.
This film is telerecording of a summary of Mr. Heath's conference, transmitted from West Germany to London by the British Broadcasting Corporation.