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Breakfast with Frost Sunday, 4 June, 2000, 12:02 GMT 13:02 UK
Sunday 28th May

Shadow Chancellor Michael Portillo told Sir David Frost how he would tackle the strong pound. Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon gave an update on the situation in Sierra Leone.

And the new arrival at Downing Street - Lord Falconer, a close friend of the Blairs, brought news of how the family is coping with the new baby.

Ulster Unionist Jeffrey Donaldson said there's still a long way to go before the Northern Ireland government is restored.
Also, David Davies condemned the violence at the UEFA Cup final in Copenhagen.



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Jeffrey Donaldson MP

David Davies, Football Association

Geoff Hoon MP, Defence Secretary

Michael Portillo MP, Shadow Chancellor

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