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Last Updated: Wednesday, 3 March, 2004, 15:16 GMT
Iain Duncan Smith makes a point during his speech
Iain Duncan Smith takes on his Tory critics and launches a savage attack on Tony Blair in his conference speech.
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The Tory party now has to decide whether Iain Duncan Smith is a credible prime minister, says BBC News Online's Nick Assinder.
SPEECHES
Tory chairman Theresa May says the party must welcome people for who they are, whether "rich or poor, straight or gay, black or white".
FEATURE
BBC News Online's Mark Davies watches the body language as Iain Duncan Smith makes his key speech at Tory conference.


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The Tory leader and his wife take time out from the conference hall to visit the Conservatives' farmers market.


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The Tories should learn from the way George Bush made Texas the springboard of his presidential campaign, says their policy chief.


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