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Wednesday, 6 June, 2001, 18:50 GMT 19:50 UK
Hague goes


Why did the Conservatives' election campaign go so disastrously wrong?

As William Hague steps down, The World at One will be asking where next for the Tories.

Who, within its ranks, can turn around the party's fortunes after last night's devastation at the polls?

We will be getting reaction from the former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister, Michael Heseltine and finding out who he believes is front runner for the job.

Democracy

We will also be asking what effectTony Blair's second landslide election victory - unprecedented for Labour - could have on democracy.

Presenter Nick Clarke and the team dissect the dramatic events of the last twelve hours and ask what it all means for Britain.

For full coverage and analysis, return to this page at 1300 BST on Friday to listen to the programme.

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