The Kensington Review

3 November 2003

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When it comes to ineffective opposition parties, those more interested in being right than winning power, the American Democrats have had few rivals. Last week, a challenger arose in the form of the British Conservative Party, which formed a circular firing squad and removed Iain Duncan-Smith as its leader. While it is too early to say who the new leader will be, it is almost a certainty that he will lose the next general election for the Tories. Click here to read more.

By the time this is posted to the web, the death toll from California's fires, now at 20, will likely be higher and the official count of homes destroyed will surpass the 850 currently confirmed as burned to nothingness. The governor-elect has already been to Washington to plead for help in rebuilding. If the Bush administration's previous track record is anything to go by, Mr. Schwarzenegger would have been better off trying to blow the flames out. Click here for more.
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"Only a lunatic would want to lead the Conservative Party."
-- Iain Duncan-Smith, MP, 2001

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