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 Tory leadership contest Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:30 GMT
Iain Duncan Smith Duncan Smith elected Tory leader
Iain Duncan Smith wins the Conservative Party leadership - and immediately sets to work naming his shadow cabinet.
Iain Duncan Smith Rebel's rise to the top
Iain Duncan Smith's rise to the Tory leadership is a remarkable turn in the career of a man previously best known for destabilising his own government.
Tory logo New leader faces huge challenge
The battle for the leadership of the Tory party may be finally over - but the winner faces a far more challenging task.
The Tory leadership ballot closes on Tuesday Tory hopefuls make final pitch
Ken Clarke and Iain Duncan Smith make a last pitch for the Tory leadership as the final regional hustings are held in Harrogate.
William Hague Hague to step down
William Hague is to resign as leader of the Conservative party following his disastrous showing in the general election.
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