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Breakfast with Frost Monday, 11 June, 2001, 16:39 GMT 17:39 UK
Breakfast with Frost

Breakfast with Frost is BBC One's agenda-setting weekly news and current affairs programme.

Sir David Frost
Presenter Sir David Frost
Highlights

Broadcast every Sunday on BBC One at 0900 GMT. During the election campaign we will be teaming up with News Online and highlighting the best of presenter David Frost's interviews.



Sunday 10 June


On the programme this week former Conservative MP Chris Patten, the last party chairman to run a successful general election campaign, talks about his party's failings in this years poll and its future direction.

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3 June 2001

William Hague

Conservative leader William Hague talks about his party's prospects in the general election, his plans for foreign and asylum policy and Britain's relationship with Europe.

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27 May 2001

Charles Kennedy
Charles Kennedy
Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy says a referendum on the UK's membership of the euro in the next two years is "inescapable". He says the general election is primarily about the standard of public services - not the single currency as the Tories claim.

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20 May 2001

John Swinney
John Swinney, Leader of the SNP, outlines his party's policies on the 'oil fund', the independence of Scotland, public spending and higher taxes. He also says that the SNP are the most effective party for Scottish interests at Westminster.

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13 May 2001

Tony Blair
In his first set-piece interview of the election campaign, Tony Blair brushes aside criticism of Labour's performance in the opening week. He also dismissed the Conservatives' manifesto, launched last week, with its promise to cut fuel duty by 6p-a-litre.

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