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Sir David Frost
This week RUC Chief Constable Sir Ronnie Flanagan explained the measures he was putting in place to stop violence, ahead of the Drumcree Parade in Northern Ireland. Australian Prime Minister, John Howard talked of the enduring relationship between his country and the UK. Also Lord Levy dismissed charges by the Sunday Times that he was involved in a tax avoidance company. And Rory Bremner cast his eye over the latest political goings on.

Sir Ronnie Flanagan, RUC

Lord Levy

John Howard, Australian PM


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