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Sir David Frost
Former Prime Minister John Major MP said he would like a break from politics when he steps down from parliament at the next general election. The FA's David Davies admitted he was not totally shocked by the manner of Kevin Keegan's departure, while Gareth Southgate spoke of his admiration for the former England manager. Israeli Ambassador Dror Zeigerman and Palestinian Envoy Afif Safieh discussed the ongoing crisis in the Middle East.

Former Prime Minister John Major MP

David Davies and Gareth Southgate

Dror Zeigerman and Afif Safieh


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