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Breakfast with Frost
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Sunday 22nd July on BBC 1

On this week's programme, the Prime Minister spoke to the BBC's Political Editor Andrew Marr in an exclusive interview for Breakfast with Frost. Mr Blair said that the summit in Genoa had made great progress on issues like climate change and international debt.

The new Leader of the House of Commons, Robin Cook, told Peter Sissons that the Government would bring forward measures to ensure that Lord Archer loses his right to sit in the Upper House - as part of a wider set of reforms.

The Conservative leadership candidate, Iain Duncan Smith, told Peter Sissons that he too thinks Lord Archer should lose his place in the Upper House.

The retiring Chief Inspector of Prisons, Sir David Ramsbotham, told Breakfast with Frost that the new Home Secretary, David Blunkett, is far more encouraging than his predecessor, Jack Straw.

Lord Archer's co-defendent, Ted Francis told Peter Sissons that he would never have begun proceedings if he had know that he would be putting himself in the dock as well.

This week's transcripts:

The Prime Minister, Tony Blair

Leader of the House of Commons, Robin Cook MP

Iain Duncan Smith MP

Sir David Ramsbotham

Ted Francis and Max Clifford


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