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Breakfast with Frost Sunday, 17 June, 2001, 10:30 GMT 11:30 UK
Breakfast with Frost, June 10, 2001
Sunday 10th June 2001 on BBC 1

On the programme this week former Conservative MP Chris Patten, the last party chairman to run a successful general election campaign, talks about his party's failings in this year's poll and its future direction.

The Shadow Home Secretary, Ann Widdecombe speaks of William Hague's resignation on Friday and confirms that she would consider running in the forthcoming leadership battle.

And Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott talks about his role in the new administration and of Labour's "instruction to deliver" as Tony Blair described his second landslide victory.

This week's transcripts:

Former Conservative Party Chairman, Chris Patten

Shadow Home Secretary, Ann Widdecombe

Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott

Nigel Dodds MP, DUP and Martin McGuinness MP, Sinn Fein.

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