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BRITAIN-EU/BARNIER
RTX7XBRJ
September 23, 2020
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier wearing a protective mask adjusts the seatbelt as he arrives for the...
London, United Kingdom
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier arrives for the EU-Brexit talks in London
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier wearing a protective mask adjusts the seatbelt as he arrives for the EU-Brexit talks in London, Britain September 23, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
WOMENS-DAY/PALESTINIANS-DRIVING
RTS358OE
March 08, 2020
Palestinian woman Shalabeya Al-Baba, 76, fastens her seatbelt during a practical driving lesson, in the...
Halhul, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian woman Shalabeya Al-Baba, 76, fastens her seatbelt during a practical driving lesson, in the...
Palestinian woman Shalabeya Al-Baba, 76, fastens her seatbelt during a practical driving lesson, in the town of Halhul near Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank February 26, 2020. Picture taken February 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma
HOLOCAUST-MEMORIAL/AUSCHWITZ-SURVIVOR
RTX7CG3H
January 27, 2020
Holocaust survivor Edith Notowicz, 90, fastens her seatbelt on a airplane before takeoff in Trondheim,...
Trondheim, Norway
Holocaust survivor Edith Notowicz, fastens her seatbelt before takeoff in Trondheim
Holocaust survivor Edith Notowicz, 90, fastens her seatbelt on a airplane before takeoff in Trondheim, Norway, January 26, 2020. Picture taken January 26, 2020. REUTERS/Nora Savosnick
POPE-QUAKE/
RTS2IBM4
June 16, 2019
Pope Francis fastens his seatbelt as he sits in a car after visiting the Emergency Housing Structures...
CAMERINO, Italy
Pope Francis visits the town of Camerino, affected by an earthquake in 2016
Pope Francis fastens his seatbelt as he sits in a car after visiting the Emergency Housing Structures in the town of Camerino, affected by an earthquake in 2016, Italy, June 16, 2019 REUTERS/Remo Casilli
WESTJET-SWOOP/
RTX6A03B
June 19, 2018
A seatbelt is pictured during a presentation by WestJet celebrating Canada's first ultra low cost airline,...
Hamilton, Canada
A seatbelt is pictured during a presentation by WestJet celebrating Canada's first ultra low cost airline,...
A seatbelt is pictured during a presentation by WestJet celebrating Canada's first ultra low cost airline, Swoop, at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
SWISS-TRANSPORT/
RTX37EAE
May 24, 2017
A "Fasten Your Seatbelt" and "No Smoking" sign is pictured in a Swiss Air Force Twin Otter aircraft in...
Belp, Switzerland
A "Fasten Your Seatbelt" and "No Smoking" sign is pictured in a Swiss Air Force Twin Otter aircraft in...
A "Fasten Your Seatbelt" and "No Smoking" sign is pictured in a Swiss Air Force Twin Otter aircraft in Belp near Bern, Switzerland, May 17, 2017. Picture taken May 17, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
MEXICO-TRANSPORT/
RTSYPK2
February 15, 2017
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
GARCIA, Mexico
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a government programme to raise awareness among motorists and pedestrians to respect transit rules, in the municipality of Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-TRANSPORT/
RTSYPJZ
February 15, 2017
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
GARCIA, Mexico
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a government programme to raise awareness among motorists and pedestrians to respect transit rules, in the municipality of Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-TRANSPORT/
RTSYPJ7
February 15, 2017
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
GARCIA, Mexico
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a...
A mime artist gestures to a driver that refused to wear the seatbelt at a traffic light as part of a government programme to raise awareness among motorists and pedestrians to respect transit rules, in the municipality of Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
 USA-ELECTION/
RTX25SQN
February 07, 2016
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Governor John Kasich is congratulated by former Governor Jeb Bush...
Manchester, UNITED STATES
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Kasich is congratulated by Bush after Kasich got applause by saying...
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Governor John Kasich is congratulated by former Governor Jeb Bush after Kasich got a big round of applause by saying people will need seatbelts if he gets elected president because there's going to be so much happening at the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by ABC News at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
 USA-ELECTION/
RTX25SQM
February 07, 2016
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Governor John Kasich speaks during the Republican U.S. presidential...
Manchester, UNITED STATES
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Governor John Kasich speaks during the Republican U.S. presidential...
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Governor John Kasich speaks during the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by ABC News at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire February 6, 2016. Kasich referred to people needing seatbelts because there would be so much happening at the start of his term. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
MOTOR-RACING-PRIX/
RTX146WI
October 11, 2013
Williams Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas of Finland has his seatbelt adjusted during the first practice...
Suzuka, Japan
Williams Formula One driver Bottas of Finland has his seatbelt adjusted during the first practice session...
Williams Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas of Finland has his seatbelt adjusted during the first practice session of the Japanese F1 Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT F1)
BREAKINGVIEWS-ASIA AIRLINES
RTXZEGH
May 08, 2013
A Qantas Airways worker inspects an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney Airport April 23,...
Sydney, Australia
Qantas Airways worker inspects an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney Airport
A Qantas Airways worker inspects an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney Airport April 23, 2013. The aviation industry's incurable optimism is like a seatbelt sign for investors. That's the conclusion of a Breakingviews study of global airline orders and economic growth. Aggressive aircraft orders have an inverse relationship with expansion in global GDP a year later. If that affiliation holds, big orders by Asian airlines point to rising risks of economic turbulence next year. Picture taken April 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BREAKINGVIEWS-ASIA AIRLINES
RTXZEGE
May 08, 2013
A Qantas Airways worker inspects the engines of an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Qantas Airways worker inspects engines of an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney Airport...
A Qantas Airways worker inspects the engines of an Airbus A380 aircraft parked in a hanger at Sydney Airport April 23, 2013. The aviation industry's incurable optimism is like a seatbelt sign for investors. That's the conclusion of a Breakingviews study of global airline orders and economic growth. Aggressive aircraft orders have an inverse relationship with expansion in global GDP a year later. If that affiliation holds, big orders by Asian airlines point to rising risks of economic turbulence next year. Picture taken April 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TOYOTA-RECALL/
RTXYIEJ
April 12, 2013
The Mexican and the Japanese national flags are seen outside the Takata plant, the world's second-largest...
MONCLOVA, Mexico
A view shows the Takata plant, the world's second-largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts, in Monclova...
The Mexican and the Japanese national flags are seen outside the Takata plant, the world's second-largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts, in Monclova April 11, 2013. Four Japanese automakers, including Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co, are recalling 3.4 million vehicles sold around the world because airbags supplied by Takata Corp are at risk of catching fire or injuring passengers. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
TOYOTA-RECALL/
RTXYIEF
April 12, 2013
The Mexican and the Japanese national flags are seen outside the Takata plant, the world's second-largest...
MONCLOVA, Mexico
A view shows the Takata plant, the world's second-largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts, in Monclova...
The Mexican and the Japanese national flags are seen outside the Takata plant, the world's second-largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts, in Monclova April 11, 2013. Four Japanese automakers, including Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co, are recalling 3.4 million vehicles sold around the world because airbags supplied by Takata Corp are at risk of catching fire or injuring passengers. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR25JAA
July 10, 2009
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven...
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven from the front of GM headquarters in a 2010 Buick LaCrosse by Vice Chairman Bob Lutz following a news conference to announce GM's new corporate structure in Detroit, Michigan July 10, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA/
RTR25J8I
July 10, 2009
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven...
General Motors Company Chairman of the Board Edward Whitacre Jr. fastens his seatbelt as he's driven from the front of GM headquarters in a 2010 Buick LaCrosse by Vice Chairman Bob Lutz following a news conference to announce GM's new corporate structure in Detroit, Michigan July 10, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1O8W1
April 03, 2007
Philippine Air Force (PAF) pilot 1LT Sharon Lowe Carvajal, 27, buckles her seatbelt onboard a MG-520...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Air Force pilot Carvajal buckles her seatbelt during a photo opportunity at the military...
Philippine Air Force (PAF) pilot 1LT Sharon Lowe Carvajal, 27, buckles her seatbelt onboard a MG-520 helicopter during a photo opportunity at the military airbase in Sangley Point, Cavite city, south of Manila April 3, 2007. Carvajal is one of 40 female pilots of the PAF in a profession dominated by men. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
CANADA POLITICS
RTR1FDJ8
July 10, 2006
Mohamed Harkat, who is on bail while being held under a national security certificate, reacts while putting...
Ottawa, Canada
Mohamed Harkat puts on his seat belt following a news conference in Ottawa
Mohamed Harkat, who is on bail while being held under a national security certificate, reacts while putting on his seatbelt following a press conference in Ottawa July 10, 2006. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA)
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRXDZZ
July 04, 2005
Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov puts on his seatbelt after boarding a Rolls Royce upon his arrival at Singapore's...
Singapore, Singapore
Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov puts on seatbelt at Singapore's Changi airport.
Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov puts on his seatbelt after boarding a Rolls Royce upon his arrival at Singapore's Changi airport July 4, 2005. Paris, London, Madrid, New York City and Moscow are competing to win the right to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in an IOC vote which will be held on July 6 in Singapore. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside DW/KI
KENYA
RTXMB2F
November 20, 2003
Kenyan commuters overload a bus transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after public...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan commuters overload a bus transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after pu.....
Kenyan commuters overload a bus transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after public minibuses began their strike yesterday. Kenyans were still being forced to walk long distances to work after public minibuses striked to protest against government order that they fit seatbelts and speed limit devices to curd road accidents. [The new govenment of president Mwai Kibaki had said it is determined to bring order to Kenyas public transport sector and end the chaos on roads which claims about nine lives a day.]
KENYA
RTXMB2E
November 20, 2003
A Kenyan school boy walks to school November 20, 2003, after public transport mini buses began a nationwide...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Kenyan school boy walks to school November 20, 2003, after public transport mini buses began a nat.....
A Kenyan school boy walks to school November 20, 2003, after public transport mini buses began a nationwide strike yesterday. Kenyans were still being forced to walk long distances to work after public minibuses striked to protest against a government order that they fit seatbelts and speed limit devices to curd road accidents. [The new govenment of President Mwai Kibaki had said it is determined to bring order to Kenyas public transport sector and end the chaos on roads which claims about nine lives a day.]
KENYA
RTXMB2D
November 20, 2003
Kenyan commuters overload a train transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after public...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan commuters overload a train transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after .....
Kenyan commuters overload a train transporting them to the capital Nairobi November 20, 2003, after public minibuses began their strike yesterday. Kenyans were still being forced to walk long distances to work after public minibuses striked to protest a government order that they fit seatbelts and speed limit devices to curb road accidents. [The new govenment of president Mwai Kibaki had said it is determined to bring order to Kenyas public transport sector and end the chaos on the roads which claims about nine lives a day.]
KENYA STRIKE
RTR7CEM
November 20, 2003
A Kenyan school boy walks to school November 20, 2003, after public
transport mini buses began a nationwide...
Nairobi, Kenya
A KENYAN SCHOOL BOY WALKS TO SCHOOL AFTER PUBLIC TRANSPORT MINIBUSES
BEGAN A NATIONWIDE STRIKE YESTERDAY....
A Kenyan school boy walks to school November 20, 2003, after public
transport mini buses began a nationwide strike yesterday. Kenyans were
still being forced to walk long distances to work after public
minibuses striked to protest against a government order that they fit
seatbelts and speed limit devices to curd road accidents. The new
govenment of President Mwai Kibaki had said it is determined to bring
order to Kenyas public transport sector and end the chaos on roads
which claims about nine lives a day. REUTERS/ Antony Njuguna

AN/AA
KENYA STRIKE
RTR7CCF
November 20, 2003
Kenyan commuters overload a train transporting them to the capital
Nairobi November 20, 2003, after...
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAN COMMUTERS OVERLOAD A TRAIN AFTER STRIKE ACTION.
Kenyan commuters overload a train transporting them to the capital
Nairobi November 20, 2003, after public minibuses began their strike
yesterday. Kenyans were still being forced to walk long distances to
work after public minibuses striked to protest a government order that
they fit seatbelts and speed limit devices to curb road accidents. The
new govenment of president Mwai Kibaki had said it is determined to
bring order to Kenyas public transport sector and end the chaos on the
roads which claims about nine lives a day. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN-
RTR7A5U
November 19, 2003
Kenya riot police fire teargas at protestors in a village near the
capital Nairobi after public minibuses...
Kenya
KENYA RIOT POLICE FIRE TEARGAS CANISTERS AT PROTESTORS IN A VILLAGE
NEAR NAIROBI.
Kenya riot police fire teargas at protestors in a village near the
capital Nairobi after public minibuses began a nationwide strike,
November 19, 2003. Kenyans were forced to walk long distances to work
on Wednesday after public minibuses striked to protest a government
order that they fit seatbelts and speed limit devices to curd road
accidents. The new govenment of president Mwai Kibaki had said it is
determined to bring order to Kenya's public transport sector and end
the chaos on roads which claims about nine lives a day. REUTERS/Antony
Njuguna

AN/JDP
AUTOS FORD
RTRP4UG
June 10, 2003
Ford Motor Company Chairman and CEO Bill Ford Jr., (R) and Virginia Governor
Mark Warner (L) fasten...
Norfolk, United States of America
FORD MOTOR COMPANY CHAIRMAN AND CEO BILL FORD JR IN F150 TRUCK.
Ford Motor Company Chairman and CEO Bill Ford Jr., (R) and Virginia Governor
Mark Warner (L) fasten their seatbelts as Ford Jr., prepares to drive a new
2004 F-150 SuperCab Lariat off the Norfolk Assembly Line June 10, 2003 in
Norfolk, Virginia. The debut of the 2004 F-150 comes just days before the
company that Henry Ford, Bill Ford's great grandfather, founded a century
ago officially observes its Centennial celebration. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

RC
POLAND
RTRYK4Y
September 09, 2002
German Formula-1 driver Ralph Schumacher speaks to an audience at the
Sheraton hotel in Warsaw, September...
Warsaw, Poland
RALPH SCHUMACHER SPEAKS TO AN AUDIENCE AT THE SHERATON HOTEL IN WARSAW.
German Formula-1 driver Ralph Schumacher speaks to an audience at the
Sheraton hotel in Warsaw, September 9, 2002. Schumacher is in Poland on
the invitation of Allianz Polska to promote the use of seatbelts.
REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA/CLH/
POLAND
RTRYK4U
September 09, 2002
German Formula-1 driver Ralph Schumacher sits behind a simulator at the
Sheraton hotel in Warsaw, September...
Warsaw, Poland
RALPH SCHUMACHER SITS BEHIND SIMULATOR AT THE SHERATON HOTEL IN WARSAW.
German Formula-1 driver Ralph Schumacher sits behind a simulator at the
Sheraton hotel in Warsaw, September 9, 2002. Schumacher is in Poland on
the invitation of Allianz Polska to promote the use of seatbelts.
REUTERS/Peter Andrews REUTERS

PA
PHILIPPINES HOSTAGES
RTR15J9B
July 20, 2000
A SOLDIER HELPS FILIPINO HOSTAGE RICHARD QUINTOS WITH HIS SEATBELT ABOARD A MILITARY HELICOPTER IN JOLO.


A...
Jolo, Philippines - Republic of
A SOLDIER HELPS FILIPINO HOSTAGE RICHARD QUINTOS WITH HIS SEATBELT ABOARD A MILITARY HELICOPTER ...
A SOLDIER HELPS FILIPINO HOSTAGE RICHARD QUINTOS WITH HIS SEATBELT ABOARD A MILITARY HELICOPTER IN JOLO.


A soldier helps Filipino hostage Richard Quintos with his seatbelt aboard a military helicopter in Jolo July 20 shortly after Quintos' was released by his Moslem rebels captors. Chief hostage negotiator Roberto Aventajado said the release of seven Malaysian hostages from the Moslem captors could also happen anytime.
CRAWFORD
RTXI4GE
August 03, 1998
Supermodel Cindy Crawford poses inside a car while holding a sign reading :"Do a click for your safety,"...
Supermodel Cindy Crawford poses inside a car while holding a sign reading :"Do a click for your safe.....
Supermodel Cindy Crawford poses inside a car while holding a sign reading :"Do a click for your safety," in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile to support a campaign, organized by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation, in which people are being encouraged to always use a seatbelt.
CRAWFORD
RTXI4G2
August 03, 1998
Supermodel Cindy Crawford listens during a press conference in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile...
Supermodel Cindy Crawford listens during a press conference in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Ch.....
Supermodel Cindy Crawford listens during a press conference in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile to support a campaign, organized by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation, in which people are being encouraged to always use a seatbelt.
RTRU5WD
August 03, 1998
Supermodel Cindy Crawford listens during a press conference in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile...
Chile
CINDY CRAWFORD AT CHILEAN PRESS CONFERENCE.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford listens during a press conference in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile to support a campaign, organized by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation, in which people are being encouraged to always use a seatbelt.

CD/ME
RTRG3J3
August 03, 1998
Supermodel Cindy Crawford and Chilean Transportation Minister Claudio Hohmann hold signs reading: "Do...
Chile
SUPERMODEL CRAWFORD AND CHILES TRANSPORTATION MINISTER POSE WITH POSTERS.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford and Chilean Transportation Minister Claudio Hohmann hold signs reading: "Do a click with your safety," in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile to support a campaign, organized by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation, in which people are being encouraged to always use a seatbelt.

CD/VM/WS
RTRG3G9
August 03, 1998
Supermodel Cindy Crawford poses inside a car while holding a sign reading:"Do a click for your safety,"...
Chile
SUPERMODEL CINDY CRAWFORD POSES FOR TRAFFIC CAMPAIGN.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford poses inside a car while holding a sign reading:"Do a click for your safety," in Santiago, August 3. Crawford is in Chile to support a campaign, organized by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation, in which people are being encouraged to always use a seatbelt.

CD/WS
RTRAQF2
January 22, 1998
Two Brazilian women run across the main highway in Brasilia on January 22. The government imposed tough...
Brazil
BRAZILIAN WOMEN RUN ACROSS MAIN BRASILIA STREET
Two Brazilian women run across the main highway in Brasilia on January 22. The government imposed tough new penalties in the modified traffic law, including heavy fines for those who ignore seatbelts, fail to stop at red lights and even wayward pedestrian crossings, such as these. More than 26,000 people died in traffic accidents in 1996, the last year with available figures. The new code introduces a system of points under which, for the first time, repeat offenders eventually lose their licenses.

BRAZIL
RTRA29E
January 02, 1998
The Sesame Street character Elmo (L) and Danny Blackwell, 4, of Livonia, Michigan, joke with one another...
UNITED STATES
'ELMO' OF SESAME STREET PROMOTES SEATBELT USE
The Sesame Street character Elmo (L) and Danny Blackwell, 4, of Livonia, Michigan, joke with one another Friday, 2 January 1998, in Dearborn, Michigan, during the preview of a joint Ford Motor Company-Sesame Street safety campaign. The automaker and the televison show have joined forces to promote juvenile seatbelt usage and having children ride in the back seat of vehicles.

ELMO
RTR5EIP
July 12, 1997
A female Royal Australian Air Force member shows passengers leaving Cambodia on an Australian C-130 military...
Cambodia
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER SHOWS A SEATBELT WORKS BEFORE PASSENGERS BOARD FLIGHT FROM CAMBODIA
A female Royal Australian Air Force member shows passengers leaving Cambodia on an Australian C-130 military cargo flight how to secure their seatbelts at Phnom Penh's Pochentong airport July 11. Several embassies have urged their nationals to leave the country in the wake of bloody street battles on the weekend.

CAMBODIA
MAJOR
RTXGZDK
February 13, 1996
Prime Minister John Major reaches for his seatbelt as he arrives at the House of Commons for question...
Prime Minister John Major reaches for his seatbelt as he arrives at the House of Commons for questio.....
Prime Minister John Major reaches for his seatbelt as he arrives at the House of Commons for question time February 13. Major Today rejected demands from Tony-Blair to allow MP's an early viewing of the Scott Report
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