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TOPIC: Blair and Brown - brilliant
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Blair and Brown - brilliant 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
BBC at its best; it's shows like this that totally justify the licence fee.
 
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Re:Blair and Brown - brilliant 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Neil Kinnock comes out of it incredibly well. I remember meeting Blair with John Preston (his wife Roz was Blair's assistant) at a Bruce Springsteen concert and commenting that he could be PM. He was Shadow Home Secretary at the time.
 
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Re:Blair and Brown - brilliant 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
I love your sense of humour JK.
 
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Re:Blair and Brown - brilliant 5 Days, 9 Hours ago  
Second episode fascinating likewise. Blair's influence on the Irish problem clearly significant, as was Mo Mowlam's. When we remember "weapons of mass destruction" let's not forget the good things.
 
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