RefNoSY425/A/7502/2
TitleTape 2
DescriptionBand 1. NUM. Interviews on the Miners pay claim.
1) Arthur Scargill outlines offer and describes negotiations.
2) Joe Gormley justifies claim that the increase in within the 'Social Contract'.
3) Norman Siddall says it is a good settlement.
4) Local pitworkers give their views.

Band 2. Margaret Thatcher. Elected Leader of the Conservative Party. Interviews with Connie Dodson Cllr and Cllr Greenwood.

Band 4. Ambulance Drivers Dispute. Interview with secretary of the Action Group for Coronary Equipment in Ambulances.

Band 5. William Sharp. Interviewed on his 100th birthday. His recollections of his life. Boys' Brigade member and working at the Post Office.

Band 6. Beer. Price increase justified by brewery representitive. Do we still get value for money?

Band 7. Crime. 13% increase in crime. Interview with representative of South Yorkshire Police. Police are under strength.

Band 8. Post Office Raids. Raid on sub-post office in Barnsley. Sub-postmaster comments, thinks it is the work of the Black Panther.

Band 10. Planning. Opposition to industrial development at Loxley. Interview with local councillor.

Band 12. Allowances for councillors. Attendance allowances should be used for social welfare. View of Danny George Cllr.
DateFeb 1975
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