RefNoSY425/A/8212/1
TitleTape 1
DescriptionMartin Flannery MP Interviewed by Winton Cooper. Reaction to killings at a disco in Ballykelly, NI and his attitude to Northern Ireland. Gives thoughts on what he feels should be done and views on GLC leader Ken Livingstone, idea of UK and Eire government get-together. Looks at the steel industry. Ideas of selective import controls for steel and the effect on our steel industry of the country being in the EEC. SYCC low fares policy. Expresses support for cheap fares. What high fares could mean and do to the community.

South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive. Chairman Alex Waugh Cllr, interviewed by Winton Cooper. Why SYCC has been slow in making decision on support for the Sheffield-Huddersfield rail service. Consideration has to be given to all alternatives. Would a bus service provide a better link? Method of determining the amount of subsidy given on a rail service. How to maintain low fares, compares transport policies of other European countries. Should issues be decided locally or nationally?
DateDec 1982
Extent1 item
FormatAudio - open reel tape
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