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Monday, 9 July, 2001, 10:33 GMT 11:33 UK
Sunday 1st July 2001 - Kenneth Clarke MP
Sunday 1st July 2001 on BBC 1

On the programme this week, former chancellor and Tory leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke explains how he would change the Conservative Party if he wins the contest.

Michael Ancram, a fellow Tory leadership challenger, defends the Conservative Party's election campaign.

Former Northern Ireland first minister David Trimble explains why he felt he had to resign.

Former deputy first minister Seamus Mallon, Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John Reid and Ulster Unionist Jeffrey Donaldson discuss the implications of David Trimble's resignation.

And newly appointed Transport Minister Stephen Byers talks about the challenges he faces running Britain's transport network.

This week's transcripts:

Former chancellor Kenneth Clarke MP

Conservative leadership contender Michael Ancram MP

Former first minister David Trimble MP

Former deputy first minister Seamus Mallon MP

Ulster Unionist Jeffrey Donaldson MP

Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John Reid MP

Transport Minister Stephen Byers MP


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