Cheryl Gillan MP meets local Conservatives
24 Nov 2001
Cheryl Gillan with Stafford Trendall and Christopher Van der Noot, and Maggie Sadler-Hall
Cheryl Gillan with Stafford Trendall and Christopher Van der Noot, and Maggie Sadler-Hall
Speaking to a large group of Conservative activists at a meeting in Goodworth Clatford, Cheryl Gillan - MP for Chesham and Amersham - ran through a broad range of issues currently being addressed by the leadership of the Party. She told the group of the sound start made by Iain Duncan Smith and his team and a feeling of real optimism for the future. "Policies are being developed but until they are ready to be rolled out everyone must remain patient."
She pointed out the very different style that Iain Duncan Smith was bringing, illustrated clearly when giving the Prime Minister a difficult time over Health issues at Prime Ministers Questions earlier this week.

 
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