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Breakfast with Frost Sunday, 24 June, 2001, 08:38 GMT 09:38 UK
17th June 2001
Former Prime Minister John Major

Sunday 17th June 2001 on BBC 1

On the programme this week former Prime Minister John Major suggests that the Conservative party needs to reoccupy the middle ground of politics and ponders Michael Portillo's damascene conversion.

Newly-knighted Sir Jackie Stewart looks back on his highly successful career in motor racing - all the more remarkable as his childhood was blighted by dyslexia.

And chief negotiator to Yasser Arafat, Saeb Erekat, assesses the state of the Middle East peace process.

This week's transcripts:

Former Prime Minister, John Major

Sir Jackie Stewart

Saeb Erekat

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