NEWS - OPPOSITION CALLS FOR MORE AID TO BE GIVEN - 10.30 pm
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Transmission date: 02 January, 2005
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 002-05-19EC
Clip length: 00:01:54:00
Deputy PM John Prescott said Britain would consider sending more... Stock Footage VideoAssistance,BBC Archives,Human Interest,John Prescott - Politician,Military,Sending,UKPhotographer BBC Broadcast ArchiveCollection: BBC Broadcast Archive Deputy PM John Prescott said Britain would consider sending more military help to the region if it's needed. Govt has already promised 50 million aid. Conservative said it should be ready to match the amount given by the public<br>Guid: ANBN502W<br>Story Number: 002/05/19EC