BBC NEWS Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific
BBCi NEWS   SPORT   WEATHER   WORLD SERVICE   A-Z INDEX     

BBC News World Edition
 You are in: UK: Politics  
News Front Page
Africa
Americas
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Middle East
South Asia
UK
England
N Ireland
Scotland
Wales
Politics
Education
Business
Entertainment
Science/Nature
Technology
Health
-------------
Talking Point
-------------
Country Profiles
In Depth
-------------
Programmes
-------------
BBC Sport
BBC Weather
SERVICES
-------------
EDITIONS
Friday, 4 October, 2002, 15:11 GMT 16:11 UK
Conference 2002: TV & radio reports
Tory party logo graphic
BBC News Online provides coverage and analysis of all the major speeches and talking points during the Conservative party's autumn conference in Bournemouth.


Monday 7 October:
Party Chairman - Theresa May

Theresa May
The Conservative conference kicks off with an address by the Party Chairman, Theresa May. The theme for the first day is putting public services first.



Education - Damian Green
Damian Green
The Shadow Education Secretary speech is called 'Education - better learning, better future.' Damian Green famously spent a few days working at a College in London to experience a real teaching environment.



Health - Dr Liam Fox
Dr Liam Fox
The Shadow Health Secretary Dr Liam Fox closes the opening day of this year's conference with a speech on how to deliver quality healthcare services.



Tuesday 8 October:
Treasury - Michael Howard

Shadow Chancellor Michael Howard delivers a speech outlining his vision on how to create a strong economy, which can benefit everyone in society.



Wednesday 9 October:
Home Affairs - Oliver Letwin

Oliver Letwin
Shadow Home Secretary Oliver Letwin looks at how the conveyor belt to crime can be stopped. This sets the theme for the second day of the conference, 'Safer Britain, Safer World.'



Foreign Affairs - Michael Ancram
Michael Ancram
The Shadow Foreign Secretary discusses possible military action in Iraq. Mr Ancram also calls for the immediate suspension of talks with Spain over the future status of Gibraltar.



Thursday 10 October:
Party Leader - Iain Duncan Smith

Iain Duncan Smith
The theme for the final day is 'Leadership with a Purpose.' The Conservative Party Leader Iain Duncan Smith closes the conference with his address and declares the 'Conservatives are back.'



Key stories

Interviews

FEATURES

INTERACTIVE

AUDIO VIDEO

TALKING POINT

E-mail this story to a friend



© BBC ^^ Back to top

News Front Page | Africa | Americas | Asia-Pacific | Europe | Middle East |
South Asia | UK | Business | Entertainment | Science/Nature |
Technology | Health | Talking Point | Country Profiles | In Depth |
Programmes