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Sunday, 3 June, 2001, 12:59 GMT 13:59 UK
27th May 2001
Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy
Sunday 27th May 2001 on BBC 1

On the programme this week, Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy talks about his party's prospects in the general election, reform of the voting system, the prospects for Britain joining the euro and is questioned on tactical voting.

US Senator George Mitchell chairman of the Middle East Peace Committee talks about his recent report on the violence gripping Israel and the Palestinian-controlled territories, and the prospects for peace.

Also on the programme, Lord McLaurin chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, Imran Khan former Pakistan captain and Mike Gatting former England captain discuss recent revelations about corruption in the game and how it might be cleaned up.

And Brian Mahwinney former Conservative Party chairman and Neil Kinnock vice-president of the European Commission discuss the forthcoming general election and the parties' campaigns.

This week's transcripts:

Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy

Chairman of the Middle East Peace Commission Senator George Mitchell

Lord McLaurin chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, Imran Khan former Pakistan captain and Mike Gatting former England captain

Brian Mahwinney former Conservative Party chairman and Neil Kinnock vice-president of the European Commission

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