AA News April 1981
AA News again focused on the twin themes of the need to counter the British and UK governments support for the apartheid government by campaigning for sanctions, and the threat posed by South Africa to the frontline states. It highlighted the campaign to end British imports of uranium from Namibia and reported on new moves against independent trade unions in South Africa. It reported on the formation of the Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement and on protests by the Scottish Committee of the AAM against plans to merge the Royal Bank of Scotland with Standard and Chartered Bank, which had big investments in South Africa. The centrespread publicised the AAM's 25 April National Day of Consumer Action.
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