BBC NEWS
BBCi CATEGORIES   TV   RADIO   COMMUNICATE   WHERE I LIVE   INDEX    SEARCH 

BBC News UK Edition
 You are in: In Depth: Conferences 2001: Conservatives  
News Front Page
World
UK
England
N Ireland
Scotland
Wales
Politics
Business
Entertainment
Science/Nature
Technology
Health
Education
-------------
Talking Point
-------------
Country Profiles
In Depth
-------------
Programmes
-------------
BBC Sport
BBC Weather
CBBC News
SERVICES
-------------
EDITIONS
Conservatives Tuesday, 18 February, 2003, 14:15 GMT
Tory leader's public service 'mission'
Iain Duncan Smith uses his debut conference speech as leader to pledge reform of "Third World" standard public services.
Iain Duncan Smith IDS: Man with a mission
Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith used his conference speech to present himself as a man with a mission - to talk about things voters care about.
 WATCH/LISTEN
 VIDEO CHOICE
Tony Blair
 PROGRAMMES
Launch console for latest Audio/Video

In DepthIN DEPTH
BBC News Online's in-depth coverage of the Tory leadership contestTory leadership
In-depth report on Duncan Smith's victory

Tory conference-goers give their views on leaving Thatcherism behind
Time to dump Maggie?


The first Conservative conference led by Iain Duncan-Smith
Conference highlights


Highlights due on the Tory conference fringe
Fringe benefits due


Archie Norman talks to BBC News Online about where the Tories are going wrong
Norman's wisdom


PARTY CONFERENCES
© BBC ^^ Back to top

News Front Page | World | UK | England | N Ireland | Scotland | Wales |
Politics | Business | Entertainment | Science/Nature | Technology |
Health | Education | Talking Point | Country Profiles | In Depth |
Programmes