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Last Updated: Friday, 31 March 2006, 17:14 GMT 18:14 UK
Friday, 31 March, 2006
By Emily Maitlis
Presenter, BBC Newsnight

Chequebook
How Much? It's pay back time for the Conservative Party
Presented by Emily Maitlis

POOR TORIES

The Tories may be feeling a lot poorer.

They've got the names of some of their lenders off their chest but they also appear to have had to pay back large sums of cash to those who weren't prepared to appear on the kiss and tell list.

We ask the party chairman Francis Maude if they're feeling a little remorseful they didn't come clean a whole lot earlier.

A DAY IN CONDI'S LIFE

Condi went looking for Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Potholes in Liverpool and came away with both a warm reception and a rather more heated one from anti-War protestors.

She says it's nothing less than she'd expect from a free and liberal democracy: Cue a speech on the future of free and liberal democracies around the world.

BILL'S BILL?

We ask former US President Bill Clinton if his Global Initiative is actually a Democrat's foreign policy by the back door.

SEE ALSO:
Tories reveal 16m lenders list
31 Mar 06 |  UK Politics



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