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Saturday, 1 September, 2001, 13:35 GMT 14:35 UK
Scots Tory conference - agenda
Tory leadership candidates Iain Duncan Smith and Kenneth Clarke address Scottish delegates in Perth, as the contest nears its climax.

Scottish Tories will also be addressed by Struan Stevenson MEP, Edward Macmillan-Scott, European group leader and the newly-elected MP Peter Duncan.

Outside the leadership race, Europe and candidate selection for the Scottish parliamentary elections are expected to be among the issues considered by delegates.

There will be news, views and analysis, live from the conference on BBC Two Scotland from 1355 to 1555 BST on Saturday, with the programme also available on BBC News Online.

The conference is in closed session until 1030-1115BST.

CONFERENCE AGENDA

1030 BST Conference chairman Bill Walker OBE opens the event.

1040 Business Meeting.

11.00 Collection of ballot papers.

1115-12.00 Struan Stevenson MEP and Edward McMillan-Scott MEP address delegates with a question and answers session to follow.

1200 Result of ballot.

1210-12.30 Scottish Party leader David McLetchie addresses delegates.

1230-1400 1400-1445BST Right Honourable Kenneth Clarke addresses delegates, with question and answer session to follow.

1445-1530 Iain Duncan Smith MP addresses delegates, with question and answer session to follow.

1530 Address by Bill Walker.

1540 Peter Duncan MP addresses delegates.

1600 Conference closes.


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