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Question Time Vote 2001
David Dimbleby
During the General Election campaign, the main political party leaders appeared on special editions of Question Time.

In the last programme of this campaign, the leader of the Labour party, Tony Blair, faced questions from a studio audience.

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And in the last of a series of three webcasts, a panel of experts gave their verdict on how Tony Blair performed.

The panellists included: Alan Leaman, former adviser to Paddy Ashdown, Michael Brown, Independent columnist, Donald Trelford, former editor of The Observer and Mary Spillane, image consultant at Colour Me Beautiful, who advises politicians on how to look their best.

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On 23 May, leader of the Conservative Party, William Hague appeared on the programme. Click on the link below to watch the show.

On Thursday, 17 May, Charles Kennedy appeared on Question Time. To see how he got on, click on his link below.

On Tuesday, 15 May, Ieuan Wyn Jones and John Swinney appeared on Question Time. To see how they got on, click on their links below.



Tony Blair
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Tony Blair
Tony Blair, leader of the Labour party


Ieuan Wyn Jones
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Ieuan Wyn Jones
Ieuan Wyn Jones of Plaid Cymru.


John Swinney
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John Swinney
John Swinney of the Scottish National Party.


Charles Kennedy
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Charles Kennedy
Charles Kennedy, leader of the Liberal Democrats.


William Hague
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William Hague
William Hague, leader of the Conservative party



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