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Monday, 11 June, 2001, 07:14 GMT 08:14 UK
Tony Blair: Prime MinisterJohn Prescott: Deputy Prime Minister
How will history judge Tony Blair? As one of the great modern prime ministers or a shallow, plausible zero, asks BBC political editor Andrew Marr.
Gordon Brown: Chancellor
Robin Cook: Foreign Secretary
Jack Straw: Home Secretary
Profile: William HagueMichael Portillo: Shadow Chancellor
Andrew Marr examines a man who tried and failed to bring his party back from the wilderness and to make it a realistic challenger.
Francis Maude: Foreign Affairs
Ann Widdecombe: Home Affairs
Michael Ancram: Tory chairman
Charles Kennedy: Lib Dem LeaderMatthew Taylor: Treasury Spokesman
The Liberal Democrat leader is a breath of fresh air in a world dominated by pompous, hyperactive men, writes BBC political editor Andrew Marr.
Menzies Campbell: Foreign Affairs
Simon Hughes: Home Affairs
John Swinney: SNP LeaderAlex Salmond: Leading Candidate
A youthful John Swinney seeks further electoral success for the Scottish National Party, writes News Online Scotland's Mick McGlinchey.
Elfyn Llwyd: Plaid Campaign LeaderIeuan Wyn Jones: Plaid Cymru President
BBC Wales parliamentary correspondent John Stevenson profiles the man heading the election campaign for the 'Party of Wales'.
David Trimble: UUP leaderJeffrey Donaldson: Ulster Unionist
BBC Northern Ireland's political correspondent Mark Simpson profiles the leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, David Trimble.
John Hume: SDLP leaderSeamus Mallon: SDLP deputy leader
Martina Purdy examines the man who has dominated nationalist politics for 20 years and who is synonymous with his party.
Ian Paisley: DUP leaderPeter Robinson: DUP deputy leader
BBC NI's political editor Stephen Grimason profiles the career of the Democratic Unionist leader, Ian Paisley.
Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein presidentMartin McGuinness: Sinn Fein
BBC Northern Ireland's political editor Stephen Grimason examines the undisputed leader of the republican movement through war and peace.
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