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The coronavirus crisis is not the Tories' finest hour, says FREDERICK FORSYTH

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Lockdown is doing more harm than good, says FREDERICK FORSYTH

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The first mistake was to underestimate the coronavirus crisis, says FREDERICK FORSYTH

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Is virus really as bad as we are being told? says FREDERICK FORSYTH

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Buried for 50 years: Britain’s shameful role in the Biafran war | Frederick Forsyth

When we shared our annual reading of Frederick Forsyth's The Shepherd on Facebook this year, a commenter said he was inspired a few years back to build a diorama of the famous landing scene. Obviously, we called up him to learn more.

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Keeping up with the Christmas Eve tradition since 1979, @cbcasithappens  presents a classic reading of Frederick Forsyth's The Shepherd by the late "Fireside" Al Maitland.

You've heard our annual reading of Frederick Forsyth's 1975 Christmas novella The Shepherd. But what was it was like to pilot a real-life de Havilland Mosquito? George Stewart remembers it in vivid detail.

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Here it is, everyone! Settle in for our annual holiday reading of Frederick Forsyth's The Shepherd by 'Fireside' Al Maitland.

The year is 1957. An RAF pilot is heading home from Germany for Christmas. Fog sets in and all radio communication is lost. Enjoy this holiday classic reading of Frederick Forsyth's The Shepherd by the late "Fireside" Al Maitland.

Frederick Forsyth campaigns for UK to violate embassy to get Assange ...author was MI6 spy:

Birth of superstate: Frederick Forsyth on how UNELECTED Brussels bureaucrats SEIZED power

The EU referendum offers us a choice between democracy and bureaucracy, says Frederick Forsyth

Watch this speech by Frederick Forsyth at my recent Kent rally - and then tell me Britain should remain in the EU.

Day of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth reveals he was a M16 agent for more than 20 years

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Day of the Jackal author Frederick Forsyth reveals he was a MI6 agent for more than 20 years

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