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Zimbabwean MP expects 'more violence'

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Roy Bennett is an appointed minister in Zimbabwe's unity government. But it is a government so divided that he lives in self-imposed exile, fearing that if he returns he will be thrown into jail.

As a white farmer whose land was taken by President Mugabe, he is an unusual politician for the country. Sarah Montague asked him what the future holds for his party, the MDC, and for Zimbabwe.

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You can watch the full interview on Wednesday 16 February 2011 on BBC World News at 0430, 0930, 1530 and 2130 GMT and on BBC News Channel at 0430 and 2330.

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