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Breakfast with Frost Sunday, 16 September, 2001, 11:19 GMT 12:19 UK
Sunday 9th September 2001

Breakfast with Frost is BBC television's agenda-setting weekly news and current affairs programme. It is broadcast every Sunday on BBC One at 0900GMT. Click left to hear a message from the presenter, Sir David Frost.

    Charles Clarke MP, Labour Party Chairman
    Charles Clarke MP, Labour Party Chairman

    Sunday 9th September on BBC One

    On this week's programme, Sir David Frost's guests included Charles Clarke MP- Labour Party's Chairman; Dave Prentis- Unison's General Secretary; Archbishop Robin Eames- Primate of all Ireland and Bishop Patrick Walsh- Roman Catholic; David Willetts MP- Shadow Social Security Secretary, and Cristopher Whitcomb- FBI agent.

    Read about what topics they discussed and talked about in the following transcripts, or watch it in video on our Latest Programme online edition.

    This week's transcripts:

    Dave Prentis- General Secretary Unison

    Archbishop Robin Eames, Primate of all Ireland and Bishop Patrick Walsh, Roman Catholic

    Charles Clarke MP, Labour Party's Chairman

    Christopher Whitcomb, FBI agent

    David Willetts MP, Shadow Social Security Secretary

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