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Breakfast with Frost
Sunday 24th June 2001 on BBC 1

On the programme this week, the person who promoted William Hague's cause most vigorously during the election campaign, Hague's press secretary Amanda Platell.

Norman Brennan, a friend of the Bulger family and a founder of the Victims of Crime Trust and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC discuss the decision to release James Bulger's killers.

Shadow Chancellor, Michael Portillo the favourite to take over from William Hague at the helm of the Tory party joined David Frost to discuss the forthcoming campaign.

And Home Secretary David Blunkett spoke to David Frost about his promotion in the post-elelction cabinet re-shuffle.

This week's transcripts:

Shadow Chancellor, Michael Portillo

Home Secretary, David Blunkett

Amanda Platell

Norman Brennan and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC


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