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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 14:44 GMT 15:44 UK
Cameron chosen as new Tory leader
David Cameron is elected as the new Conservative leader, beating David Davis in a ballot of Tory members.
Moment of triumph
The David Cameron story
Davis hails Tory 'PM in waiting'
How Cameron won Tory crown
Challengers woo business bosses
Cameron snubs Archer
Tory hopefuls clash over tactics
Cameron urges new Tory identity
Davis slams 'timid' Tory policies
Hague backing Cameron
Who will be the Tories' key players under David Cameron?
Interactive guide to Conservative leaders through the ages
Tory first lady
Profile of Samantha Cameron, wife of new party leader David
Cameron targets 'new generation'
Tories must win trust - Cameron
Davis tells Tories to 'walk tall'
Davis promises to meet challenge
Fox: Tories must broaden appeal
Fox sets out 'bold' Tory agenda
'Big beast' Clarke seeks backing
Clarke insists he can win power
Rifkind departs Tory leader race
Rifkind stakes leadership claim
WINNER: David Cameron
OUT: David Davis
OUT: Liam Fox
OUT: Kenneth Clarke
OUT: Sir Malcolm Rifkind
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Loser Fox hails 'great contest'
Clarke knocked out of Tory race
Tory rule change bid is defeated
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