Those on board the Ross Revenge at the time were not convinced that a restricted licence was the right way forward, but it was a genuine attempt by Tony Kirk to move things forward and pay the huge salvage and harbour fees. As it turned out, Tony's plan avchieved it's aims, and Neil was an integral part of the Dover broadcast during which everyone had a lot of fun. After the broadcast Neil was among the first to leave, as he didn't like the direction the station was going. The majority of his other crewmates gradually left over the next couple of years for the same reasons.
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