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The following dialogue contains three hidden names - first name and surname - from front page stories in the Independent this week. The letters of each occur in jumbled form, in complete consecutive words.

A prize of Chambers Encyclopaedic Dictionary awaits the first disentanglement opened on 13 July. Entries to: Saturday Pastimes, The Independent, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL.

"Major must now be glad he ran. His lip was shaking when he called the race."

" 'Nation at ease as PM repeats victory,' was how my paper put it, I think."

"No wimp, our John. There's a brawny he-man in number ten, I tell you."

Last week's hidden names were Michael Heseltine (inhale his elect me), Ray Illingworth (worrying hit all) and Elizabeth Hurley (true he'll be hazy I).

Winner: Roger Figg (Bromley)