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Conservatives Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 18:03 GMT 19:03 UK
William Hague Tories are ready for power - Hague
Conservative leader William Hague challenges the prime minister to call the next election, saying the Tories are ready and willing to govern.
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BBC News Online has been putting your e-mails to the leading figures at the party conference, as well as covering fringe meetings.
Sing if you're glad to be Tory
Tory homosexuals look on the bright side of being gay and conservative at the Torche reception and party.
Tories get tough on drugs
Ann Widdecombe unveils plans for a mandatory 100 fine for drug possession, but meets a storm of criticism.
Shadow Chancellor Michael Portillo Portillo aims for private health boost
Shadow chancellor Michael Portillo says he wants to boost private spending on health, while still leaving room for tax cuts.
Major urges Tories to 'reach out'
Former prime minister John Major warns the Tories they must embrace the disadvantaged if they are to win the next election.
Hague: All to play for
William Hague sets the tone for the Tory party conference with a confident claim he can win the next election.
Clarke: The lucky loser
Ken Clarke tells BBC News Online the Tories' fortunes are rising, but the party still needs to come up with a big picture for the voters.

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Your e-mails answered


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Recruiting Tories via the bedroom


Assinder at the seaside
Widdecombe's Widdeo

The people's prime minister?
Hague appeals to the masses

Widdecombe backfires
Zero tolerance a lead balloon

Why the Tory press hit out at Ann WiddecombeTory drugs row
Cannabis and the establishment
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