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Conservative conference agenda
Provisional agenda for the 2001 Conservative Party conference. (all times are UK time, which is one hour ahead of GMT)

Tuesday 9 October

0930: "Getting the Balance Right" debate. Speakers: shadow transport, local government and regions secretary Theresa May; shadow work and pensions secretary David Willetts.

1030: "The Future is in Education" debate. Speaker: shadow education secretary Damian Green.

1135: "The Health of the Nation" debate. Speaker: shadow health secretary Dr Liam Fox.

1400: "Industry, Trade and the Economy" debate. Speakers: shadow trade and industry secretary John Whittingdale; shadow chancellor Michael Howard.

1615: "Crisis in the Countryside" debate. Speakers: shadow agriculture minister Ann Winterton MP; shadow environment, food and rural affairs secretary Peter Ainsworth.

Wednesday 10 October

0930: Financial appeal, Conservative Party chief executive David Prior MP.

0945: Speech by David Trimble MP MLA, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party.

1010: "The Rule of Law" debate. Speakers: shadow home secretary Oliver Letwin; shadow Northern Ireland secretary Quentin Davies.

1125: Presentation to Jean Searle, president of the National Convention.

1145: Speech by Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith.

1230: Close of conference.

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