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Duncan Smith, Rt Hon Iain
Official site of the Conservative MP for Chingford and Woodford Green offers biography, news, views and contact details.
Telegraph: Duncan Smith beats Clarke to Tory leadership
Iain Duncan Smith pledged last night to make the Conservatives an effective opposition to Labour after being elected party leader by a convincing majority over Kenneth Clarke.
Telegraph: Iain Duncan Smith: the quiet Tory who is making his voice heard
Andrew Pierce meets Iain Duncan Smith, the ridiculed leader who has fought back to win respect.
TheyWorkForYou.com: Iain Duncan Smith MP
Offers performance data, Register of Members' Interests entries, Hansard transcripts of recent appearances in Parliament, Early Day Motions signed, links and RSS feeds.
Telegraph: Iain Duncan Smith: there are lots of jobs for the unemployed
Hundreds of thousands of unemployed people could be in work if they took vacant jobs, Iain Duncan Smith has said. (July 23, 2011)
Telegraph: Iain Duncan Smith warns Cabinet colleague over hospital closure
Iain Duncan Smith has taken the unusual step of warning a Tory Cabinet colleague against closures at his local hospital, in an early sign that controversial NHS reforms will create tensions at the top of Government. (April 07, 2011)
Telegraph: IDS secretary tells of chaos in his office and questions Betsy's role
Iain Duncan Smith's constituency office was in "chaos" and his private office "badly run" in the months after he became leader, according to a leaked memo prepared by the secretary who claimed she was "solely" responsible for running his office. (October 25, 2003)
BBC News: Iain Duncan Smith
A political profile of the MP for Chingford and Woodford Green. (October 18, 2002)
Telegraph: Tory chairmen turn on Duncan Smith
Almost half of all Conservative constituency chairmen believe that Iain Duncan Smith has failed in his first year as leader, and one in three would prefer to see another person as head of their party, a poll of 100 local associations has found. (September 29, 2002)
Telegraph: Duncan Smith orders Monday Club to suspend Tory links
Iain Duncan Smith ordered the Monday Club yesterday to suspend its links with the Conservative Party until it had proved its non-racist credentials. (October 19, 2001)
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