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Breakfast with Frost
The Northern Ireland Secretary, John Reid MP
The Northern Ireland Secretary, John Reid MP

Sunday 4th November on BBC One

The Northern Ireland Secretary, John Reid, spoke exclusively to Breakfast with Frost after Saturday's midnight deal to save the Assembly.

The Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, said he believes that the Real IRA are responsible for Saturday's car bomb in Birmingham.

Former US Secretary of State, Dr Henry Kissinger, spoke of his hopes for a new and better global order if terrorism is defeated.

Former Defence Ministers, Nicholas Soames and Doug Henderson discussed the war against terrorism with the Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs spokesman, Menzies Campbell.

The Chief Executive of the CBI, Digby Jones, told Sir David that he does not expect the British Economy to slip into a general recession next year.

This week's transcripts:

The Northern Ireland Secretary, John Reid MP

Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, Sir Ronnie Flanagan

Former US Secretary of State, Dr Henry Kissinger

MPs Nicholas Soames, Doug Henderson and Menzies Campbell.l

Chief Executive of the CBI, Digby Jones


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