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 Conservatives Thursday, 9 January, 2003, 15:53 GMT
Iain and Betsy Duncan Smith Duncan Smith: The Tories are back
Iain Duncan Smith closes the Conservative conference by telling members the party had begun "the slow, hard road back to power".
US jet in Iraq Tories back Blair on Iraq
Shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Ancram backs Tony Blair's stance on Iraq ignoring Tory critics, in his Bournemouth conference speech.
Conservative Party logo Playing the name game
A fresh call for the Conservatives to change their name has been made at the party's conference in Bournemouth.
 Taking the Tory temperature
BBC News Online's Nick Assinder assesses the mood as Oliver Letwin stars on the third day at the Tory conference in Bournemouth.
Theresa May's leopard-skin shoes Appealing to the voter's wallet
Clear ground on social policy and personal finance is emerging between the UK's political parties.

PARTY CONFERENCES

Talking PointTALKING POINT
 Iain Duncan Smith's speech
What did you think?
 VOTE RESULTS
Duncan Smith's speech: Were you convinced?

Yes
 35.18% 

No
 64.82% 

4480 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


Talking PointFORUM
 Tory future
Theresa May took your questions

Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith knew his end of conference speech was a crucial test
Tory terminator?


BBC News Online exams the diversity of footwear on show at the Conservative Party conference following chairman Theresa May's appearance in sexy kitten heels.
Spotlight on Tory soles



Who says we're nasty?


Ann Widdecombe tells BBC News Online how her novel is outselling Edwina Currie's Diary in an exclusive video diary.
Ann's video view






 Norris speaks
Former minister answers your questions

BBC News Online tracks down disaffected right wingers no longer welcome in the Tory party, at an 'unofficial' fringe meetingBBC News Online tracks down disaffected right wingers no longer welcome in tOutsiders
The people the Tories don't want to know

 Heart and soul
Heated debate over future of the Tories

 Edwina who?
Widdecombe wins battle of Tory authors

 Video age
Tories welcome new chance to have their say

BBC News Online examines Shadow Health Secretary Dr Liam Fox's plans for teh NHS.NHS future
The Conservative proposals for health reform

 True faith
What do the Tory rank and file think of IDS?

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