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Wednesday, 9 October, 2002, 18:55 GMT 19:55 UK
Ann Widdecombe's conference diary
Ann Widdecombe
As the Conservative Party meets for its annual conference in Bournemouth, Ann Widdecombe is recording an exclusive daily video diary for BBC News Online.

The former shadow home secretary, who is hugely popular among grassroots Tories, has been signing copies of her latest novel during the event.


In her third instalment, Ann Widdecombe welcomes a crack down on crime.



In her second instalment, says it will not be a rose strewn path back to power.



In her first instalment, she talks about Edwina Currie's diaries, the future for the Tory party, her weight loss and chairman Theresa May's speech.




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