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Breakfast with Frost Sunday, 2 July, 2000, 10:12 GMT 11:12 UK
25th June 2000
Formula 1 driver, David Coulthard, gave his first sit-down interview since he walked away from the wreckage of his crashed aeroplane. Also Lord Carrington and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai discussed the elections in Zimbabwe. And Home Secretary, Jack Straw MP outlined measures the government will take to ensure there's no repeat of the incident in Dover where 58 asylum seekers died.


David Coulthard

Lord Carrington

Jack Straw MP

Morgan Tsvangirai

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