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Britain on the brink: The Panorama debate
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Britain on the Brink - The Panorama Debate
Sunday 30 September 2001

It is now more than two weeks since the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. Nobody knows exactly where or when America will strike back, but some form of military action seems inevitable.

Britain has been America's closest supporter since the attacks. Prime Minister Tony Blair says that we are standing shoulder to shoulder with America.

David Dimbleby leads the debate on how far Britain is prepared to go to beat the terrorist.

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Presenter David Dimbleby
Producer Alexandra Henderson

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