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General Sir Charles Guthrie exclusively told 'Breakfast with Frost' the six remaining hostages in Sierra Leone had been rescued. Northern Ireland Secretary, Peter Mandelson MP said he didn't regret pioneering the Millennium Dome. Arsenal Vice Chairman David Dein commented on the latest moves by the EU to limit football transfers. TGWU leader, Bill Morris explained how trades unions will be fighting for an increase in the level of pensions.

General Sir Charles Guthrie, Chief of Defence Staff

Peter Mandelson MP, Northern Ireland Secretary

David Dein, Vice Chairman, Arsenal FC

Bill Morris, TGWU General Secretary


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