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Saturday, 2 June, 2001, 17:18 GMT 18:18 UK
Campaign at-a-glance: Day 26

The key news and analysis from day 26 of the 2001 general election campaign.


Leaders turn up heat

The leaders of the three main political parties have come out fighting this weekend as the election campaign enters its final phase.

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MPs chosen for Lords

Michael Heseltine and Sir Paddy Ashdown are among a group of retiring MPs who have been elevated to the House of Lords.

The pre-election honours list also includes a number of Labour MPs who have stood down to make way for younger candidates.

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Tactical voting row

The Conservatives have gone on the offensive against tactical voting in the general election.

Senior party figures have called on "disillusioned" Labour supporters not to "waste" their vote on the Liberal Democrats.

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Hague targets farms and fuel

William Hague has rounded on Labour's record on farming, claiming that the government had presided over "the worst agricultural depression in generations".

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Blair: Tories 'desperate'

Tony Blair has accused the Conservatives of using "desperate" tactics in the run up to polling day.

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Saturday's papers detect a change of direction in the Tory campaign.

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