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Sunday, 20 May, 2001, 13:25 GMT 14:25 UK
13 May 2001
Sir David Frost talks to Prime Minister Tony Blair
Sunday 13th May 2001 on BBC 1

The Prime Minister, Tony Blair, told Sir David Frost that the next Queen's Speech would contain major reforms to education, criminal justice and welfare reform. Peter Sissons hosted a discussion on campaign strategy with three of Fleet Street's hardest hitting commentators: the Guardian's Polly Toynbee, the Telegraph's Janet Daley and the Political Editor of the Sun, Trevor Kavanagh

This week's transcripts:

Prime Minister, Tony Blair

Polly Toynbee, The Guardian, Janet Daley, The Telegraph, Trevor Kavanagh, The Sun

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