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Breakfast with Frost
Menzies Campbell MP
Menzies Campbell MP

Sunday 11th August 2002

Breakfast with Frost was presented this week by the senior BBC correspondent, Fergal Keane. On the subject of Zimbabwe we spoke to Naomi Raaff whose partner, a white farmer in Zimbabwe, was murdered earlier this year. We also heard from Welshman Ncube, the Secretary General of Zimbabwe's political opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change.

The debate over whether the US should launch military action against Iraq was also covered on Breakfast with Frost - we spoke to the Israeli Cabinet Minister Danny Naveh and the Liberal Democrat's Foreign Affairs Spokesman, Menzies Campbell. Mr Campbell warned that Tony Blair would be running a "very substantial political risk" if he took military action against Iraq without full public support.

We also spoke to the playwright David Hare whose own play asks what the way forward should be for the Middle East.

Also on the programme we heard the latest developments into the investigation of the missing ten year old girls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. We spoke Stuart Kuttner, the Managing Editor of the News of the World, which has been campaigning for the introduction of tough legislation, following the murder of the schoolgirl Sarah Payne.

Menzies Campbell MP, Liberal Democrat, Foreign Affairs

Naomi Raaf, victim of farm violence in Zimbabwe

Welshman Ncube, Secretary General, MDC

Danny Naveh, Israeli Cabinet Minister

David Hare, playwright

Stuart Kuttner, Managing Editor, News of the World


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