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Sunday, 25 February, 2001, 11:52 GMT
18th February 2001
Sunday 18th February 2001 on BBC 1


This Morning Sir David Frost was joined by the former Home Secretary Michael Howard, who talked about the imminent release of James Bulger's killers and why he believes they should be kept in prison much longer.

Foreign Secretary Robin Cook spoke to Sir David Frost about the controversial bombing raid that Britain and America have just made on Iraq. Plus Tony Blair's forthcoming vist to Washington and the Americans enthusiasm for the new "Star Wars" missile defence system. And he discussed the process of deciding whether Britain should join the Euro.

Baroness Jay joined Sir David Frost to explain her decision to step down as Leader of the House of Lords and leave the government at the next election..

Reviewing the Sunday Newspapers today were Alice Thomson and Michael Grade.

This week's transcripts:

Former Home Secretary Michael Howard

Foreign Secretary Robin Cook

Baroness Jay, Leader of the House of Lords

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