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Breakfast with Frost Tuesday, 23 May, 2000, 14:41 GMT 15:41 UK
Sunday 7th May
Sunday 7th May

The IRA declared it's willing to put it's weaponry "beyond use". But is this enough to put the peace process back on track? Northern Ireland Secretary, Peter Mandelson and UUP Leader, David Trimble joined David Frost to discuss the latest chance for peace. Also Ken Livingstone gave his first in-depth television interview since becoming Mayor of London. He told of his vision for London and hopes of rejoining the Labour party he defeated. William Hague also celebrated some success in the local elections - but does defeat at the Romsey by-election mean talk of a tory revival is premature?

Ken Livingstone MP, Mayor of London, and Trevor Phillips
William Hague MP, Leader of the Conservative Party
Peter Mandelson MP, Secretary of State for Northan Ireland
David Trimble MP, Leader UUP

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