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Breakfast with Frost Thursday, 18 May, 2000, 08:47 GMT 09:47 UK
14th May 2000

As British troops entered Sierra Leone we talked to Army Chief, Brigadier David Richards about the latest situation. And Foreign Secretary Robin Cook explained just how long he expects it will take to resolve the situation in the African country. 'Sandline' boss Tim Spicer and Liberal Democrat Defence spokesman Menzies Campbell discussed the implications. Also the future of the British motor industry. Many believe Rover is safe....but do job losses at Ford put in question the industry's survival? Ex-Jaguar boss Geoffrey Robinson MP and TGWU negotiator Tony Woodley discuss.

Robin Cook MP, Foreign Secretary
Tony Woodley and Geoffrey Robinson MP
Brigadier David Richards
Menzies Campbell MP and Colonel Tim Spicer

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