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Friday, 10 November, 2000, 13:35 GMT
5 November 2000
The Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, admitted that more needed to be done to prepare for flooding in the future and said the government was determined to upgrade flood prevention measures. Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, Seamus Mallon, discussed the fragility of the peace process and Conservative front-bencher Andrew Lansley said he sympathised with fuel protesters but could not condone them breaking the law.


Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott

Deputy First Minister, Seamus Mallon

Morgan Tsvangirai

CBI Director General, Digby Jones

Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, Andrew Lansley

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