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Interview of the Week
October and November 2004
24th November 2004: Kevin Jackson, a.k.a 'Lada Man'.
Fox Hunting Kevin Jackson, a.k.a 'Lada Man', a member of John Prescott's constituency, and a keen foot follower of the hunt, on Mr Prescott's hunting comments on Tuesday the 23rd November.

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18th November 2004: Education Secretary Charles Clarke
Charles Clarke Education Secretary Charles Clarke on the plans to make all schools take disruptive pupils and new search powers for headmasters.

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9th November 2004: Alison Fagan, wife of Metropolitan Police marksman PC Kevin Fagan.
The Metropolitan Police Zubeida Malik speaks to Alison Fagan, wife of PC Kevin Fagan, who was recently suspended for shooting Harry Stanley five years ago.

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4th November 2004: Myron Ebell, the director of global warming at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Global warming Will we see any change in George Bush's attitude toward climate change over the next four years? Myron Ebell, the director of global warming at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington.

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28th October 2004: Former ISC 'Investigator', John Morrison.
Panorama Logo Former 'Investigator' for the Intelligence and Security Committee, John Morrison, on why his contract was not renewed after an interview with Panorama.

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20th October 2004: German Foreign Minister, Joschka Fischer
Uzbekistan Skyline German Foreign Minister, Joschka Fischer, on his meeting with Tony Blair about the EU, UN and Iraq.

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15th October 2004: Former British Ambassador Craig Murray
Uzbekistan Skyline Former British Ambassador in Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, on why he thinks he was sacked.

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7th October 2004: Michael Howard
Michael Howard 'Give power to the people, that's at the root of everything we are putting foward' - Conservative Party leader Michael Howard.

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