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Politics Now

Synopsis

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A series of ten programmes looking at background issues in British politics.
2: LOSLA? (Part 2) by DOUGLAS HURD
The battle-lines are drawn on the issue of lowering the school leaving age in the late 1970s; But will the measure go through? And will the Secretary of State for Education resign if it does? The Prime Minister will need all his skill to solve this particular difficulty ... This documentary drama introduced by PETER JENKINS shows how a Prime Minister can cope with conflict within his own government. Afterwards Jenkins talks to a former member of the Cabinet, RT HON MRS JUDITH HART , MP, about the issues raised in the programme.
Director JUDY HARRIS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS

Contributors

Duced By: Peter Jenkins
Unknown: Mrs Judith Hart
Director: Judy Harris
Producer: Bernard Adams

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