Terry Kirby

chief reporter for The Independent

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Chief reporter for the Independent newspaper in London, England

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A British television show has generated 30,000 complaints from viewers, enough that Prime Minister Tony Blair has been called to account in Parliament.

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A British television show has generated 30,000 complaints from viewers, enough that Prime Minister Tony Blair has been called to account in Parliament.

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